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PILGRIM 

PLYMOUTH-CARVER 
HIGH SCHOOL 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 
VOLUME L 

CONTENTS 

Academics 14 

Fall 34 

Winter 52 

Spring 78 

Undergraduates 86 

Seniors 94 

Advertisements 166 



STAFF 

EDITORS 

Caryn Govoni 
Patrick Griffis 

BUSINESS MANAGER 

Laurie Nicolas 

ADVISOR 

Mr. Brian Souza 



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Some thoughts from the Editors . . . 



1970 heralds the arrival of a new decade, a decade in which it is our sincere hope that 
peace, happiness, and prosperity will flourish. In the first Pilgrim of this new decade, 
we have tried to capture the essence of our school and to reflect upon the changing times. 
The accomplishment of this goal has proved to be both a unique and gratifying experi- 
ence, and we hope that you will enjoy the fruit of our efforts. 

The Editors 





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Reflections of a 
Year Past. 




A time to laugh . 






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A time to speak . . . 




A time to be silent . . . 





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A time for yourself . . . 





4 time to remember . . . 




A time to reflect . 



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DEDICATION 



Miss Phyllis M. Johnson 

With admiration and respect, the Class of 
1970 gratefully dedicates this year's Pil- 
grim to Miss Phyllis M. Johnson. 

Miss Johnsons devotion, candor, under- 
standing, and humor are greatly appreci- 
ated by the student body and her faculty 
peers. 

Miss Johnson's great respect for excel- 
lence makes her a stern taskmaster, a dis- 
criminating guide, and a topnotch teacher. 
Her students move on to college with 
strengthened study habits, prepared to 
accept responsibility because they have 
acquired a sense of values as well as an 
historical awareness of the world. 

Miss Phyllis Johnson ranks with the 
great ones at Plv mouth-Carver High School. 
We salute her! 




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Miss Phyllis M. 
Johnson 



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Academics Academics 



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Education 
I wonder 
if it means 
the same 

in all languages. 
It is not only a 

learning 
of facts, 
it is 
living 
and experiencing. 
Facts to 
me 
em 
angerous 
at times 
because 

they can 
crowd out 
emotions 
which deal 

with people who 
, are living and 

4 feeling 
they are, many times 
so important. 









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Academics 
















Administration 

"The direction in which education starts 
a man will determine 

his future life. " —Plato (427-347 B.C.) 




SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Seated: Mr. Erwin Washburn; Mr. 
I)a\id Cappannari: Mrs. Adeline Kellar; 
Dr. Samuel Slewart. Chairman. Stand- 
ing: Dr. George Wild: Mr. Elmer Mas- 
kins: Mr. Arne Eriekson; Mr. Kenneth 
Peck: Mr. F. Edward Nicolas. 



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Guidance 



Mr. Edwin Calvin 

Kent State University; Western Reserve University 



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Mr. Victor Bissonnette 

Director of Guidance 
University of Massachusetts; Bridgewaler 






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Mrs. Jean Patenaude 

Bridgewater; Boston University 



"This is our special duty, 

that if anyone specially needs our help. 

we should give him such help 

to the utmost of our power. " —Cicero 




Mr. Horace Turner 
Bates College; Harvard University 



Mrs. Ellen Sidor 

Mount Holyoke College: Boston University 

University of Pennsylvania 



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English 

"Reading maketh a full man, 
conference a ready man, 
and writing an exact man. ' 

— Francis Bacon (1561-1626) 




Mr. Burton Alho 

Bridgewater State College 



Mrs. Jean Strassel 

Salem State College 




Mr. Robert Merrifield 

National Honor Soriet\ Ad\isor 

Lowell State College 

L ni\ersil\ of Massachusetts 



Mr. John A. Smith, Jr. 

Chairman 
Tufts; Boston University 



Mrs. Alice Urann 

Dean of Girls 

Dean's Council Ad\isor 

Bridgewater 




Miss Gwenn Seaver 
Kent State L ni\ersit\ 



Miss Karen Martin 

Bridgewater State 



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Mr. Robert Wade 

Eastern Connecticut State 



Miss Janet Draghetti 

Drama Club Advisor — "Wildcat"; Speech Instructor 
Emerson College 




Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu 

Swarthmore College 
University of Bridgeport 



Mr. Allan Cohen 

Debate Club Advisor 
University of Massachusetts: Rutgers; 
Bridgewater 



Mrs. Alba Thompson 

Bridgewater State; Boston University; 
Stanford University; Asia Institute 
of Boston 




Mr. Thomas Long 
Bookstore Advisor 
Stonehill College; Bridgewater: 
University of Massachusetts 



Mr. Richard Briggs 

"Wildcat" Advisor 
Bridgewater State College 



Mr. Brian Morse 

Freshman Football Coach 
Westfield State College 




Mrs. Nancy Orton 

Clarion Advisor 
Smith College 



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Social Studies 




Miss Sheila Norton 

A.F.S. Club Advisor 

Regis College 



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Mr. William INagle 

Asst. Football Coach 

Boston College 



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Mr. Joseph Desisto 

Head Football Coach 
Fordham Universitv; Boston College 




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Mr. Paul Baden 

Advisor to Student Government Ex- 
change Group Harvard College: 
Boston Universitv 



Mr. Henry Shea 

St. Anselms College 



Mr. David Taranlino 

Freshman Class Advisor 
Providence College: Suffolk Law 
School 



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Miss Phyllis Johnson 

Chairman of Scholarship Committee 
Bridgewater: Northwestern 




Miss Phyllis Boucher 

Chairman 

Worcester State; Clark University 



Mr. Kenneth Taylor 

Student Council \dvisor 

University of Miami: Bridgewater 



"While we read history we make 
history. " 

—George William Curtis (1824-1892) 




Mr. Frank Anderson 
Assl. Football Coach 
\ illanova Uni\ersil\ 



Mr. Joseph Robinson 
Adult Education Director; Chess Club 
Advisor; Tufts University; University 

of Maine 



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Foreign Languages 



"Perhaps of all the creations 

of man language 

is the most astonishing. ' 

—Lytton Strachey (1880-1932) 




Miss Iris Albertini 

Chairman 
Radcliffe College: Middlebury 



Miss Carol Davis 

Boston College 




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Mr. Andrew Dietlin. Jr. 

Latin Club \d\isor 
Bridge« ater: Boston College 



Mr. Brian Souza 

"'Pilgrim" Ad\ isor 
Pl\ mouth State College 



Mrs. Lydia Marcelonis 
Valparaiso University 



Mrs. Gudrun Bartlett 
Ml. Holvoke 



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Miss Elizabeth Tuite 
Emmanuel College 



Miss Patricia Comiskey 

French Club Advisor 

Boston College 

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Mathematics 





Mr. Michael O'Connor 

Bridgewater 



Mr. James Perry 

Providence College; New Eng- 
land Law School 



Mr. Angelo Medici 

Math Coordinator 
Bridgewater; Montclair State 
College; Boston College; Clark- 
son College of Technology 



Miss Claire Driscoll 

Radcliffe; Harvard 




^Mathematics takes us into 

the region of absolute necessity, 

to which not only the actual world, 

but every possible world, must conform. 

— Bertrand Russell (1872- 






Mr. Mario Romano 

Director of Athletics 
Boston College; Boston College 
Graduate School 




Mr. Peter Fachetti 

North Adams State College; 
Northeastern University; Boston 
College 



Mr. Roger S. Randall 
University of Rhode Island 



Mr. Joseph Sylva, Jr. 

University of Massachusetts 



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Mr. Jeffery Walters 
Brown I ni\ersitv 



Miss Elizabeth Jesse 
Bridgewater 



Mr. Russell W. Randall 
Boston I niversilv 




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Mr. Robert Martin 

Senior Class Advisor 

Tufts Iniversitv; Boston University 




Mrs. Muriel Dennull 

S.YI.U ; Ohio University, Eridgewater 
Miami Universilv 




Mr. David Barlow 

Chairman 
I niversity of Rhode Island: Bridgewaler 



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Mr. Silas Wade 

Senior Class Advisor 
Bridgewater State College 



Mrs. Mary Shinney 

Regis College 



Mr. Perrin Hughes 
Assl. Freshman Class Advisor 

Franklin and Marshall College 



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Science 




Mr. Tommie Walker 

Central Stale University; University of Connecticut 

Mr. Ronald Gomes 

Bridgewater Slate; University of Massachusetts; I .ulli.im College: 
Indiana University: Northeastern 



"There is another way to truth: 
by the minute examination of facts. 
That is the way of the scientist: 
a hard and noble and thankless way. ' 

— John .Mansfield ( 1878- ?) 



Mr. Douglas Edwards 

Freshman Football and Basketball 
Coach; Varsity Baseball, Coach; Elon 
College; Springfield College; Bridge- 
water State 



Mrs. Margaret Angell 

Bridgewater State 



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Mrs. Karen Burlon 
Salem Slate College 
Becker Jr. College 



Mr. William Turpin, Jr. 

Salem State College 
Bridgewater State 



Mrs. Leona Swartz 
Boston University 



Mr. Earle Jowdry 
University of .Maine: Hobart Col- 
lege: Husson College 



Business 

"Seest thou a man 
diligent in his business? 
He shall stand before kings. 

—Bible: Proverbs XXII, 29 





Mr. Wilton Losh 

Chorus 
Shenandoah Conservatory of Music; 
Salem College; University of Hartford; 
Universitv of Vermont 





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Music 

"Music is the 
universal 
language of 
mankind . . . ' 

— Henry Wadsworth 
Longfellow (1807-1882) 




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Art 

"For where there is 
love of man, 
there is also love 
of the art. ' 

—Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.) 
— Jean Baptiste Moliere 

(1622-1673) 



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Mr. Mario Crociati 

Band and Marching Girls 
Boston Universitv 




Miss Dorothy Hebden 
Rhode Island School of Design 



Mr. Patrick Berry 

Chairman 
Art Institute of Boston; Massachusetts College of Art; Bridgewater State 




Mr. Louis W. Rizzo, Jr. 

Massachusetts College of Art; L'Academia 
di BelP Vrte-Rome, Italy; Boston Stale 
College 



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Mrs. Bernice Haigh 

Future Teachers Advisor; Reading Improvement 
University of Maine: Boston University; Rhode Island College; Brown 
University 

"Books are the legacies 

that a great genius leaves to mankind 



Remedial 
Reading 




Miss Dorothy Canavan 

Boston State College; Boston University; 
Bridgewater State 



Special Education 

"A teacher affects 
eternity; he can never 
tell where his 
influence stops. ' 



Henry Brooks Adorns (1838-1918) 






Mr. William Clark 

Fitehburg State College 



Mrs. Violet Tillson 

Bridgewater State 



Mr. Uennis Aresta 

Work Study Coordinator 
Boston College: Bridgewater State 



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Home 
Economics 



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Mrs. Rosamonte Wilson 

Framingham State; New York University 



Miss Ellen Murphy 
University of Massachusetts 







"//e makes his cook his merit, 
and the whole world visits 
his dinners and not him. ' 

— Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622-1673) 



Library 



Libraries are not made; they grow. " 

—Augustine Birrel (1830-1933) 




Miss Audrey Ziergieble 
Boston State College; Simmons 



Mrs. Virginia Bramhall 



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Audio- Visual 

"in every object there is inexhaustible meaning; 
the eye sees in it what the eye brings means of 

Seeing. " —Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) 



Industrial 
Arts 

"In the ordinary 
business of life, 
industry can do 
anything which 
genius can do, and 
very many things 
which it cannot. ' 

— Henry Ward 

Beecher (1813-1887) 



Mr. James Donovan 

Boston University: Boston College: Mich- 
igan State University 




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Mr. Ronald Malaquias 

Sophomore Class Advisor 
Fitehburg State 




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Mr. Anthony Pepe 

Fitehburg State 



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Mr. William Fairbanks 

Lowell Institute of Technology 




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Mr. Hector Patenaude — Chairman 
Fitehburg State: Boston University: Bridgewater 



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Miss Linda Pentheny 

Syracuse University 



Mr. Richard Ward 

University of Massachusetts 



Physical 



Education 



"Health is the vital principle of bliss, 
and exercise, of health. ' 

— James Thomson (1700-1748) 






Mr. Harold Rogers 

Chairman 
Boston University; Bridgewater State 



Mr. Henry Oyer 

Pancer College 



Miss Wendy Barbeau 
University of Massachusetts 



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People we can always depend on 




1. lo r.: Mrs. B. Bartlett; Mrs. L. Salgado; Mrs. F. Borsari; Mrs. D. Zanotti; Mrs. P. Nelson; Mrs. J. Covoni; Mrs. F. Neal; Mrs. L. Sarnelli; Mrs. P. Cuida- 
boni; Mrs. R. Whitehead; Mrs. L. Sirrico. 



Non-Teaching 
Personnel 







Mrs. Barbara Bartlett 

Dietician 

Mrs. Elsie Wood 

Permanent Substitute 





Mr. Ralph Curtis 

Supervisor of Maintenance 



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Staff 



Mrs. Marion Whiting 
Secretary — Main Office 



Mrs. Flora Ledo 

Matron 



Mrs. Ruth Volta 

Future Nurses Advisor 

School Nurse 





Mrs. Linda Robbins 

Secretary — Guidance Office 






Mrs. Doris Roncarati 

Secretary — Guidance Office 



Mrs. Betty Usher 

Secretary — Main Office 



Miss Edith Testoni 
IBM 




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fall 



Fall dies 

With the cold rain on the leaves 

Winter 

Paints its colors on the trees 

Colors 

Bending 

Fading with the grey 

Sky 

Dark 

Softly joining with the sea. 




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Spirit and teamwork lead to 








The Flying Blue Eagles! 



Coaches: Henry Cryer: William Nagle: Joseph Uesisto: Frank Anderson. 




Row 1: P. Correira; T. Stefani; J. Taddia; R. Silva; S. Dias; D. May; J. Silva; Siha: S. Lopes; G. Martin; J. Balboni; J. Clark. Row 3= D. Whiting; R. Gil- 

F. Latosek; M. O'Connor; P. Pala>anehi; W. Cappella. Row 2: G. Reilly; C. bert; J. Leandro; S. Cavicehi; R. Costa: P. Carlisle: S. Ottani; S. Scott: M. 

Banker; J. Youngman; D. Govoni; V. Almeida; A. Perry: P. Maceaferri; M. Karklin; D. Campbell. 

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a victorious season, 







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Blow in myear and I'll follow you 
anvwhere. 



One of the Silvas on the move again. 





























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Hey, May! It's my turn to score. 



P-C began its season by snapping a 5 year losing streak 
downing B-R, 16-8. John Youngman was the key note to this 
victory by intercepting a pass and then running for a T.D. 
to secure the victory. After losing to Rockland the Eagles 
came back strong to defeat Middleboro 34-14. Their next 
game against highly-regarded Whitman-Hanson, saw Danny 
May score 12 of the total 18 points in their 18-6 victory. This 
win tied the Eagles for the top spot in the O.C.L. 

The Abington victory was without a doubt, the most thrill- 
ing game of the season. With less than one minute remaining 
and the score 14-8 in the Green-Wave's favor, Ronnie Silva 
scampered over the goal line for the win. The Hingham loss 
knocked the Eagles from their no. 1 spot. They bounced back 
the following week blanking Randolph 38-0. This victory 
was a display of the stalwart defense of Paul Palavanchi and 
Co. It was also a display of the Silva-Correia combination 
which accounted for 4 of P-C's T.D.'s. The 13-12 loss to Scitu- 
ate ended P-Cs hopes to share the O.C.L. Championship. 

Their final victory over Silver Lake gave P-C a winning 
season and also gave Head-Coach Joe Desisto his final victory 
at Plymouth-Carver. 



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Freshman Football 




Row 1: S. Shaw: G. W alker; I). Laine; R. Usher: G. Bolduc; k. Campbell: R. King: M. Tribble. Row 2: D. Thurber: 5. Govoni: J. Sgaglarini: M. Sawyer: D. De- 
lano: J. Meehan: P. Henry; K. Pimental; D. McAuley. Row 3: S. Hahn: R. Fontaine: G. Berardi: B. Weston. S. Carlisle: R. Canevazzi: D. Ruxton: J. Browning: 
W.Costa. 




Hey. Ref — Give me back my quarter! 



What a beautiful pirouette. Paul. 



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VARSITY RECORD 




P.C. . . 


. 16 


Bridgewater-Rayham 


. . .8 


P.C. . . 


. 6 




. .14 


P.C. . . 


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Middleboro 


. .14 


P.C. . . 


. 18 




. . .6 


P.C. . . 


. 16 




. .14 


P.C. . . 


. 6 




. . .6 


P.C. . . 


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P.C. . . 


. 13 




. .12 


P.C. . . 


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FRESHMAN RECORD 


. . 8 


P.C. . . 


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Bridgewater-Rayham 


. .38 


P.C. . . 


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. . .6 


P.C. . . 


. 6 




. .24 


P.C. . . 


.24 




. . .6 


P.C. . . 


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. .30 


P.C. . . 


. 14 




. .20 


P.C. . . 


.16 




. ,12 



P.C. Overpowers 
Whitman- Hanson 





Don't worry John — I'll protect you. 
Congratulations! You just scored a touchdown for the other team. 



The Tank rolls again. 




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Eagles in Action . . . 





Our Bench Power!! 




Who spiked the water?!? 



Up. L p. and Awa\ ! 



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One of P-C's best on ihe move. 




His troubles have just begun . 




Row 1: I). Lindros, [). Calvin, K. Delhlefson, I'. Kasarjian. I). Malinzi. T. Marcyres, I. Donelin, I). Vgnew. Row 2: R. Franz, C. Miranda. I'. Eddy. K. Coleman. 
G. Hart. I). Caramello. V. Pina, .). Loupos. Row 3: M. I.iltd. K. Banker. .1. Tynan, I). Bongiovanni. I). \>lde%. \1. Coombs, K. Mchochachy. M. \\ hile. Row 4: 
P. Criflis. I.. I)a\is. B. I)a\i.-. R. V* ilhington. C. Butterfitdd. C. Donavon. 



Soccer becomes established 



The P.C. soccer team showed much improvement over its 
rookie year. Coach Richard Ward led his more experienced 
team to a stronger, more productive season. 

They played much better than their record indicates. In 
a number of games, P.C. encountered a variety of bad breaks 
which cost them victory. One example is the game at North 
Quincy. in which P.C. came from behind to tie the score 3-3. 
The game seemed destined to go into overtime, but North 
Quincy overcame P.C. in the final moments 4-3 on a penalty 
shot. 

At Avon, the Blue Eagles proved that it was only hard 
luck that kept victory out of their reach. Tied at 1-1 in the 
second quarter. P.C. scored a goal which put them in front. 
An additional score in the final quarter gave them more than 
enough to win. 

If P.C. continues at its present rate of improvement, the 
team will enjoy even greater success next year. 




He\ ! No lair lirkline! 



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. . . and Morale Grows 




The captains lead the way. 



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Duxbury ,9 

No. Quincy ....... .4 

Sharon 3 

Quincy 3 

No. Quincy 5 

Hingham 5 

S.S. Voc 5 

Avon 1 

Sharon 4 

Hingham 4 

Norwell 1 

Quincy 5 








W oilman la\s an egg. 



Ile\ ! This is no lime In dance! 



The deadl\ head. 



The magnificent seven. 



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Field Hockey 




The Charge of the Light Brigade! 




The Girl's Varsity Field Hockey Team had an undefeated sea- 
son. Their record under the coaching of Miss Nancy MacDuffee 
was twelve wins, no losses. The team won first place in their divi- 
sion, but were tied in the league play-off with Hingham, 0-0, mak- 
ing them Co-Champs. However, earlier in the season the varsity 
defeated Hingham 3-1, which helped compensate for the tie. High 
scorer this year was Donna Fernandez with 21 goals. 

The Junior Varsity under the coaching of Miss Linda Pentheny 
had a record of 8 wins, 3 losses, 2 ties. They displayed a great deal 
of spirit throughout the season and showed great promise for the 
future. 



Silver Lake 

Middleboro 

Bridgewater 

1 Hingham 

Abington 

1 ... .Whitman-Hanson 

Scituate 

Rockland 

Middleboro 

1 Silver Lake 

Sacred Heart 

Old Rochester 

Hingham* 






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Hey, come back here — you're going (he wrong wav 



P-C . 
P-C 
P-C . 
P-C . 
P-C . 
P-C . 
P-C . 
P-C . 
P-C . 
P-C . 
P-C . 
P-C . 




.2 Middleboro 

.0 . . . .Whitman-Hanson 

.1 .Seituate 

.3 1 Rockland 

.1 Middleboro 

.0 Old Rochester 




The Bandana Kid strikes again! 




Alright, who didn't use deodorant this morning? 



Well, vour feet stink too! 







Great individual efforts displayed by Harriers. 



The P-C Harriers had many difficulties to overcome in 
their meets this year. Despite their record, the boys showed 
some great individual efforts. Several of the boys (Matt Men- 
des, Steve Howard, John Lynch, John Seaver, Allen Fernan- 
des, John Gott, and Ricardo Pina) competed in the O.C.L. 



track meet. 

Fortunately, only one member will be lost through gradu- 
ation; therefore, there will be a strong and experienced group 
returning as everything looks great for a successful season 
in 1970. 




R. Antonetti; R. Pina; G. Graffin; W. Buttner; N. Torre\: M. Mendes: M. Williams; S. Howard: J. Sea\er: M. Pimental: N. Yordt. 



So what if I'm last! 




They'll never miss me on this shortcut . . . ! 



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Band 



The Plymouth-Carver High School band under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Mario Crociati, consists of approximately ninety 
members. Now a full-credited subject, the band meets five 
times a week. The band performs at football games, pep 
rallies, and parades. Hopefully, this spring the band will per- 
form in Washington D.C. for their annual concert. 



The Marching Girls consist of thirty-six girls plus substi- 
tutes chosen by the band director. They provide lively enter- 
tainment during halftime at football games and march in local 
parades. 




Row 1: Mr. Crociati, C. Henderson. K. Guerra, G. Hart. B. Robichaud. K. Remmick. N. Smith. [). Ruprecht. S. Correa. C. Conti, K. Santos. L. Monleiro. M. 
Wirtzburger. Row 2: C. Lanman, N. Sherwood, G. Besse, M. Johnson. D. Mansfield. T. Dias, E. Tanderes. W. Roncarati. P. Quintal. R. Oliviera. S. Shaw, D. 
Young. Row 3: J. Motyka, L. Gault, A. Burns, C. Burns, D. Dunne. M. Williams, D. Dunne. G. Axford, M. Roby. R. Manseau. G. Graffam. Row 4: D. Dias, \. 
Arnold, M. Rorshein, B. Collins, B. Weston, P. Robichaud, R. Corvine, K. Campbell, A. Leonardi, J. Vasapollo, K. Reggiero. C. Mansfield. Row 5: C. Gibbs, k. 
Ahi, B. MacCarthy, K. Haire, A. Williamson, S. Lindros, D. Pirrila, D. Santerre. N. Prout, R. Wilson, S. Maier. A. Sherman. Row 6: E. Al-Chochacy, W. Bou- 
chaud, G. Boccaci, J. Seaver, E. Mello, R. Diadato. W. Rencorate, S. Moore. J. Pinto. Row 7: D. Carlson, R. Young. E. Al-Chochacy, J. Burns. D. Ashly. C. Or- 
zechowski, M. Sylvia, M. Carvalho, G. Almenda, S. Cartmill, G. Brigida, J. Martin. Row8: R. Chadwick, J. Meehan. J. Walton. R. Young. 



Marching Girls 




left to right: P. Best. C. Govoni, L. Rogers. D. Govoni, D. Heath. S. Martin, D. Correa, \. Valente, M. Brigida. C. Grady. J. Bastoni. A. Best, L. Danheim. P. Estes, 
C. Harvey, P. Banker. E. Piirala, J. Santerre, S. Govoni, D. Pinecui, D. Radcliffe, D. Lawrence, D. MacDonald, S. Emond, P. Margan. P. Pratt. C. Buttner, M. 
Gallagher. B. Haire. Middle: Co-Captains: Susan Griswold, Jean Dunlap. 

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We're the greatest! 



Cheerleaders 




Row 1: L. Benedict; A. Donelan: M. Fratus: L. Lopes; S. Fryermuth. Row 2: 
M. Elliot; L. Roby; K. Barbeiri: J. Reggiani. Row 3: D. Silva. P. Correa; L. 
Young. 



Our tri-captains — Debbie. Paulette. and Lila. 



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Pep Squad 




Row 1: R. Almeida. M. Elliot. L. Roby. S. Freyermuth. \1. Fratus. D. Silva. P. Correa. L. Young. J. Regganni. L. Benedict. K. Barberi. Row 2: L. Beaulieu. R. 
Zagarri. J. Smith. D. Wall, D. Furtado. L. Young. R. Guidetti. J. Cicciu. B. Wilson. R. Reynolds. P. Fernandes. Row 3: L. Barberi. D. Enos. J. Sampson. D. Camp- 
bell, P. Reynolds, J. Mederos. P. Hathaway, P. Seaver, P. Butterfield. J. Witzburger, D. Potter. Row 4: P. Ryan. R. Roane. J. Almeida. S. Dunlap. D. Hathaway, 
C. Rapoza, X. Roncarati. Row 5: P. DeCosl. M. Lapworth. B. Benea, K. Wood. K. Gene\es. C. Merada. 




Majorettes 



D. Robeiro. J. Gilli 



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"Wildcat" comes to P.C. 





I thought \ou said we had a full house. 




"I'm as much of a man as \ou are! 



Go ahead George — \sk her. 




•Gi\e A Little tt histle and I'll Be There" 



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Steve — can I sit this one out? 



'Think 90. 90 proof m\ dear." 



On November 13, 14, and 15 the Plymouth-Carver High 
School auditorium was the scene of the Broadway musical 
production "Wildcat" under the direction of Miss Draghetti 
and Mr. Briggs, both of the English department. In P-C's 
second full-scale musical, Kathy Dietlin, George Newcomb 
and many other students contributed to making the show a 
great success. We hope there will be many more shows of 
this calibre presented for enjoyment by all. 




But Mr. C, try-outs were over 2 months ago. 



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winter 




The winter winds have come 
sweeping into their arms 

brittle leaves 
left from the fall now past. 

Into the air, gently 
like a mother cradling her 
newborn child for the 
first time 

watchful and tender. 



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The sky, too has now turned to winter 
and is deeper in hue 

when it can be seen 
for many times there are clouds 
hiding it from view. 

The long summer grass is 
quilted, 

by a white blanket of new fallen 
snow . . . 
and there's a stray flake 

falling from the clouded 
sky 

followed by another . . . 
and another . . . 
and another . . . 



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M. Mendes; R. Silva; S. 
Britto: K. Furtado; G. Al- 
meida: M. Silva, A. Fer- 
nandes; S. Dias; J. Silva; 
G. Bocacci: D. Furtado: W. 
Lapworth; Center: Mr. Rog- 
ers. 



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P.C. Upsets 
Undefeated Rockland 









The P.C. Blue Eagles lost their opener in a hard fought 
52-48 decision at Abington, but rolled on for five straight 
victories in their first half of play until halted at Hingham, 
losing 57-42. Coach Hank Rogers continued his winning ways 
against the Lakers 57-46, and then had seven straight victories 
in the second half of the season, while losing only two. These 
losses were to Abington 60-51 and a heartbreaker to Ran- 
dolph 58-57, their last game of the season that also disquali- 
fied them from a Tech Tourney berth. It was a season of 
comebacks and heartbreaks. 




Seven come eleven. 



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P.C. . 


..48 




. .52 


P.C. . 


..66 




. .36 


P.C. 


..71 


Bridgewater-Raynham . 


. .67 


P.C. 


..67 




. .51 


P.C. 


..55 




. .52 


P.C. 


..67 


Middleboro 


. .47 


P.C. 


..42 




. .57 


P.C. 


.50 




. .59 


P.C. 


..57 




. .58 


P.C. 


..51 




. .60 


P.C. 


..57 




. .46 


P.C. 


..59 


Bridgewater-Raynham . 


. .54 


P.C. 


..61 




. .44 


P.C. 


..72 




. .61 


P.C. 


..76 


Middleboro 


. .56 


P.C. 


..62 




. .58 


P.C. 


..60 




. .55 


P.C 


.58 




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What's he blowing his whistle 
for this time? 




Finger-lip control. 
Two good reasons for a successful team. 





One of Sle\e's better moves. 




A Year of Heartbreaks and Comebacks. 



Tah- Rah- Rah- Boom -Te- \\ 



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Eagles' offense at work. 
P.C.'s All-Star scores. 




A Successful Season for the Frosh and J.V.'s 



P.C. . 


..31 




. . .33 


P.C. . 


..23 




. . .21 


P.C. 


..30 




. . .32 


P.C. 


..40 




. . .24 


P.C. 


..23 




. . .29 


P.C. 


..49 


Middleboro 


. . .46 


P.C. 


..26 




. . .53 


P.C. 


..34 




. . .70 


P.C. 


..35 




. . .31 


P.C. 


..44 




. . .36 


P.C. 


..28 




. . .32 


P.C. 


..30 


Bridgewater-Rayn . . 


. . .31 


P.C. 


..46 


Whitman-Hanson . . 


. . .33 


P.C. 


..57 




. . .51 


P.C. 


..35 


Middleboro 


. . .44 


P.C. 


..46 




. . .50 


P.C. 


..37 




. . .25 


P.C. 


..41 




. . .59 


PC 


, .45 




. . 38 



Led by juniors Matt Mendes and Ronnie Silva, the Eagles 
treated themselves to two sweet and thrilling victories against 
Scituate and arch-rival Rockland in the second half of the 
year. On the short end of a 19 point deficit at the end of the 
third period, the Eagles surged for 42 points in the final peri- 
od, which shocked not only Scituate at the final buzzer 72-61, 
but also the hometown crowd. Before a packed P.C. high gym, 
strong and cocky Rockland, undefeated in the last 16 games, 
was upset by the Eagles and handed their only loss during 
regular season. 




When you go back, untie their shoestrings. 




Front: R. Miranda: C. Lopes; D. Etsell; S. Wenhold; K. Barrett. BackkJ. Balboni: P. Mazzilli: J. Thorn; M. Williams: D. Burnham: M. Lyons: D. Burnham. 



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There must be an easier way! 



Butch for 2. 



In the round robin tourney for the top four teams, P.C. 
again defeated Rockland, but hopes of making the tourney 
vanished with the loss of the final game of the season to 
Abington. The P.C. J.V.'s finished with an even record of 9-9. 
The Frosh had an outstanding season with a record of 17 
wins and 1 loss. 



P.C 41 

P.C. ... 43 
P.C. ...41 
P.C. ... 38 
P.C. ... 42 
P.C. ... 46 
P.C. ... 55 
P.C. ... 47 
P.C. ... 54 
P.C. ... 57 
P.C. ... 37 
P.C. ... 47 
P.C. ... 53 
P.C. ... 43 
P.C. ... 52 
P.C. ... 45 
P.C. ... 43 



Abington 22 

Silver Lake 15 

Bridge water-Rayn 35 

Whitman-Hanson 16 

Scituate 29 

Middleboro 37 

Hingham 40 

Rockland 42 

Randolph 39 

Abington 32 

Silver Lake 43 

Bridgewater-Rayn 32 

Whitson-Hanson 21 

Scituate 30 

Hingham 39 

Rockland 38 

Randolph 37 





. . . and then he bit me. 



Kneeling: S. Govoni; D. McAuley; 
S. Peltola: R. Usher: W. Buttner: 
D. Fernandes. Standing: R. King: 
J. Scott: D. Ruxton: R. Bonne>: 
G. Bolduc: G. Beradi: W. Barros. 



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Girls' Basketball 




Watch it — this is my alley! 



"Murt" says psyche up! 




Front: B. Fernandez; D. Fernandez; K. Pimental. Back: C. Fernandez; L. Taylor: R. Wilson; B. Barrows; N. Prout; F. Andrews; B. Amado; T. Andrews; L 
Mitchell; B. Barros. 



PC 
PC 
P-C 
P-C 
PC 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 




Shoot it! 



VARSITY RECORD 

.44 33 Silver Lake 

.46 35 Bridgewater 

.72 24 Middleboro 

.29 22 Rockland 

.39 38 Abington 

.41 32 Silver Lake 

.49 36 ..... . .Bridgewater 

.42 27 . . . .Whitman-Hanson 

.46 29 Scituate 

.53 30 Middleboro 

.56 22 Hingham 

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Hai Karate? 



Hey, they're having a sneaker hop in the gym! 




front: C. Grennell; M. J. Fernedez; G. Lopes; A. Joeger; K. Morin. back: S. Ferrari; S. Whiting; R. Scott, M. Haigh; M. Lapworth; J. Langille; P. Ryan; C. Le- 
doux; P. DeCost; N. Cronin; R. Giovanetti. 



Coach MacDuffe, "Murt", with her outstanding coaching 
and experience led her varsity basketball team to an unde- 
feated season with an 11-0 record. This year's team set the 
record for the first undefeated team P-C has had. 

The girls, now playing by the boy's rules, showed who had 
the psychological advantage by coming up with new scoring 
records. Kris Pimental broke the individual school record 
for a season with 322 points and the individual record for a 
game was broken by Donna Fernendez with 26 points. Both 
Kris and Donna played an outstanding season. The team 
broke the school scoring record for a game with 72 points. 
The girls just came short of the league title by a 28-25 loss 
to Rockland. 

The junior varsity team did exceptionally well with a record 
of 9 wins and only 2 losses, under the coaching of Miss Barbo. 
Louise Taylor and Beverly Fernandez were two outstanding 
J.V.'s who will add much to the varsity next year. 




P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 
P-C 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 

.12 6 Silver Lake 

.18 14 Bridgewater 

.28 3 Middleboro 

.9 24 Rockland 

.19 32 Abington 

.34 12 Silver Lake 

.18 12 Bridgewater 

.24 15 ... .Whitman-Hanson 

.16 7 Scituate 

.35 17 Middleboro 

.17 15 Hingham 



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National Honor Society 




Sealed: S. Grtswold, L. Nicolas, I. Vasapollo, J. Crocker. C. Eziniki, D. Cline. Standing: P. Griffis. C. Govoni. C. Miranda. M. Stefani. W. Rasmussen. J. Dunlap. 
S. Periera, M. Carvalho. 




Sealed: I. Vasapollo, J. Crocker, C. Eziniki. Standing: C. Govoni, C. Miranda, M. 
Stefani, W. Rasmussen, J. Dunlap. 



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Membership in the Honor Society is considered one of 
the greatest honors bestowed to Juniors and Seniors of 
Plymouth-Carver High School. A Faculty Committee 
votes students into the Massasoit Chapter of the Honor 
Society. The Committee chooses students based on quali- 
fications of scholarship, character, leadership, and ser- 
vice. To be considered for membership, the student must 
have an average of 85 or better since his freshman year. 
The Honor Society sponsors the Student Handbook, and 
is active in tutoring and ushering at school functions. 



P. Griffis. D. Cline. S. Griswold. L. Nicolas. M. Car\alho. S. Pereira. 




The Student Council 




Meeting Adjourned?!! 



The Student Council is an organization representing 
the entire PCHS student body. The Council regulates all 
of the school's activities on the calendar and sponsors 
school elections, pep rallies, assemblies, and other school 
functions. 

This year the Student Council was involved in a charity 
drive for Lakeville Hospital and raised the funds by 
sponsoring a rummage sale. The Council is a part of local, 
state, and national Student Council groups and also at- 
tends Council conventions. Mr. Kenneth Taylor is ad- 
visor. 




Row 1: P. O'Connor; D. Brewster; D. Silva; A. Best; M. Elliot; S. Fabri; J. Freyermuth. Row 2: C. Mansfield; M. Fratus; C. Alti, C. Henderson; J. Bastoni; K. 
Leahy; Mr. Taylor. Row 3: S. Scott; S. Vecchi; E. Al-Chokhachv; T. Bovlan; F. Latosek; T. Donelan; D. Whiting. Row 4: B. Robichaud; D. Covoni; C. Curtis; 
R. Perrv. 



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Leader Corps 



Row 1: A. Best: M. Brigida. Row 2: E. 
Al-Chokhachy; D. Heath; D. Radcliffe; 
P. Lenzi; S. Martin; C. Govoni; Mr. 
Hollon. Row 3: K. Maskell; K. Leahy; 
C. Marchi; K. Dietlin: L. Nicolas; L. 
Wilbur. Row 4: J. Langille; T. Done- 
Ian; E. Gilmore; S. Griswold; C. Go- 
\oni; P. Best. 



Dean's 
Council 



Row 1: Mrs. Urann; P. Lenzi; L. Young; 
E. Al-Chokhachy; P. Banker. Row 2: 
J. Bois; S. Martin; J. Butterfield; L. 
Balboni. Row 3: L. Lopes; L. Nicolas; 
D. Farrah; T. Andrews; R. Almeida. 
Row 4: C. Govoni; S. Griswold; C. Go- 
voni; S. Barlow; P. Brewster; S. Agnew. 




The Leader Corps, advised by Mr. Holton, is an organization designed to have capable 
students guiding other students in the area of conduct. Its members serve as ushers at many 
school functions. 

To qualify for membership, one must have a good behavior record and a cumulative "C" 
average. The organization is run by a five-member board consisting of a chairman, vice- 
chairman, secretary, and two representatives at large. The Corps keeps a membership of 
nine seniors, seven juniors, five sophomores, and four freshmen. 




The Dean's Council sponsors many outstanding activities. The members serve as "big 
sisters" to underclassmen, offer suggestions for school policies, and sponsor talent shows 
and programs beneficial to the student body. Many charitable projects are undertaken, such 
as "Operation : Friend", to help the underprivileged in areas outside of the school. 

The Council consists of girls from all four classes and also has representation from prep, 
business, and general curriculums. 



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American Field Service 




Row 1: C. Thompson; C. Gibbs; S. Griswold. Row 2: J. Dunlap; J. Santerre; P. Banker; I. Perez. Row 3: S. Martin; C. Montanari; A. Leonardi; S. Mostrom; M. 
Adams. Row 4: L. Regan; L. Nicolas; K. Brenner; C. Govoni; M. Brewster; F. Avery; S. Agnew; M. Mackenzie. 



%> *\%t> 





¥i \)\ 



The American Field Service works on the student level 
much like the Adult Chapter. The main function is to 
sponsor foreign students attending our school. In past 
years, the organization has also sponsored Plymouth- 
Carver students in foreign countries. Annual projects of 
the A.F.S. are operating the coffee concession at the Town 
Meetings, holding dances and food sales, and collecting 
donations. A _ F _ S _ President , Susan Griswold. 




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Miss Norton, the A.F.S. advisor. 



Library Aides 




Seated: M. Hernandez; A. Boucher; F. Horlon; M. Pinto; J. Smith. Stand- 
ing: Mrs. Bramhall: G. Smith; B. Wood; C. Santos; M. Wirzburger; D. Rag- 
azzini; K. Langille; W. Rasmussen; R. Almeida; D. Wall: Miss Ziergiebel. 



The Library Aides are very important to the full time oper- 
ation of the library for they work before, during, and after 
school. Their duties consist of shelving books, helping stu- 
dents to locate reference and periodical materials, taking 
care of business at the main desk, and keeping the library 
in order. 



The bookstore was established to sell books at discount 
prices to everyone at P-C. The store is managed and staffed 
by interested students. The advisor is Mr. Long. 



Book Store 








H. McNeil; W. McNeil: D. Goxoni: S. Fabri. 



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Guidance Aides 




Volunteers serve as Guidance Aides during the year. They 
assist the secretaries and counselors in the Guidance Office, 
and in doing so, the counselors gain valuable time to spend 
with students. The Guidance Aides serve as messengers, file 
clerks, and receptionists and have the opportunity of learning 
skills in office procedures. 



E. Burns; J. Santerre; E. Al-Chokhachy; J. Gilli; D. Farrah; J. Bois; M. Brew- 
ster; S. Mostrom; L. Young; J, Butterfield; R. Pimental. Seated: Mrs. Ron- 
carati. 



To help us in our 

future endeavors 



. . . and then I told him to cut his hair! ! 




■ ■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 



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Department Secretaries 




Standing: Miss Arthur; B. Raymond; P. Holmes; D. Houser; C. Swain; A. Sherwood. Seated: L. McKenny: A. Livingston; M. House 



Office Assistants 

The Department Secretaries are a group of girls who assist 
various departments with their paper work by typing and 
duplicating materials for them. 



The office assistants are a group of girls who help the of- 
fice secretaries. Their duties are answering the main office 
and inter-office phones, calling homes daily for absentees, 
checking on late or missing students, and filing office mate- 
rial. 




M. Brewster; C. Montanari; M. Brigida: P. Estes; D. MacDonald; G. Burton: 
B. Jordan; M. Casey; R. Vlonteiro. 



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Weather Observers 




a 



Standing: G. Loring; B. Robichaud; S. Shaw; D. Mahoney; C. Thompson; C. Freeman; V. Clark: R. Young. Seated: S. Keller. 




Audio- Visual Staff 



Daily observations of weather phenomena are made using 
instruments in the science department. From this data, the 
weather observers develop a daily weather forecast for trans- 
mission on the school intercom. 



The audio-visual department is responsible for the op- 
erating and maintenance of AV equipment in the department. 
Interested students gain valuable experience by performing 
the various tasks needed and in assisting teachers in many 
capacities. 



Side 1: W. Barrows; J. Thatcher; N. Smith; B. Clark. Side 2: T. Boylan; 
G. Hart; J. Walton; Mr. Donovan. 



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Girls' Sports Club 



The Girls' Sports Club members are girls interested or 
involved in sports. The club sponsors trips and activities 
for its members. They raise money by holding food sales, 



and selling P-C pencils and wrapping paper. The club's 
advisors are Miss MacDuffee, Miss Pentheny, and Miss Bar- 
bo. 




Row 1: B. Sampson; D. Young; E. Al-Chokhach\ ; W. Heath: D. Silva: L. 
\oung: P. Correa: S. Ferreira: A. Jaeger: K. Atti. Row 2: S. Whiting: P. 
Brewster: L. Rogers: k. Haire: K. Pimental: D. Fernandes: E. Estes. Row 3: 
T. Andrews: C. Dykeman: S. Barlow; B. Barrows: B. Barrows: K. Shepard: 
R. Wilson: G. Brewster. Row 4: L. Raymond: L. Wood: N. Prout: M. Mc- 
kenzie; F. Avery: R. Cain: k. Barbeiri. Row 5: M. Elliot: K. Souza: B. Mc- 
Carthy: L. Roby: J. Reggiani: M. Fratus: L. Mitchell: k. Moran: D. Heath. 
Row 6: S. Fabri: S. Vecchi: K. Dietlan: \. Marsh: L. Delano: L. Lopes: A. 
Donelan: S. Frvermuth: P. R\an. 



The Varsity Club consists of those athletes who have earned 
a letter in any of the varsity sports, which include track, soc- 
cer, cross-country, basketball, football, and baseball. The two 
main objectives of the club are to encourage good sportsman- 



ship and to promote inter-scholastic athletes. In addition, its 
members serve at ticket booths and refreshment stands and 
maintain the Trophy Cabinet. The Varsity Club is advised by 
Mr. Mario Romano. 



Varsity Club 




Row 1: I). May: M. O'Connor: T. Marcyes: R. Dethlefson: Mr. Romano: P. 
kasarjian: J. Youngman: R. Randall: F. \l-Chokhach> . Row 2: C. Donovan: 
D. Matinzi: R. Oehme: J. Taddia; T. Donelan: T. Stefani: G. Almeida; P. 
Correa. Row 3: R. Costa; I). Whiting; A. Perry; J. Silva: M. Silva; S. Cavic- 



chi: A. Fernandes. Row 4: C. Miranda: S. Lopes: S. Diaz: R. Perry: J. Lean- 
dro: C. Banker: F. Latosek: S. Ottani: P. Pala\anchi. Row 5: M. Mendes: 
J. Loupos: B. Davis: D. Curtis: M. Williams: P. Hachey: J. Clark: W. Cap- 
pella: C. Butterfield: R. Silxa. 



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Row 1: E. Mello. G. Webber. M. Silvia, N. Prout. D. Young. J. Martin. Row 
2: K. Ruggiero. B. Collins, R. Oliveira, M. Carvalho. R. Young. K. Campbell, 



J. Siever, N. Arnold, G. Boccaci. Standing: S. Moore. C. Conti. R. Chadwick. 



Dance Band 



The Dance Band, now in its second year, is made up of 
talented members from the Plymouth-Carver High School 
Band. The group practices one night a week and performs 
at dances and concerts. Instrumentation includes brass, wood- 
winds, piano, percussion, and string bass. They play all types 
of music including the latest in popular music. 



The chorus is made up of students from all four classes. It 
provides them with the opportunity to display their talent 
and gain the experience of performing in public. The chorus 
meets five periods a week, is a full-credited course, and per- 
forms at school and civic functions under the direction of Mr. 
W. Blaine Losh. 



Chorus 




Mr. Losh. Row 1: C. Arons, D. Ward. A. Cappannari. D. Pinau, P. Arons, J. 
Lynman. S. Vierra. Row 2: P. Edwards, C. Miller. K. Maskell, A. Hertel, N. 
Griffen. M. Warner, J. Peterson. P. Pearson. C. Reed. Row 3: W. Bois, S. 



Burgess. J. Maki. D. Davis, B. Pratt. S. Moore. D. Mahoney, P. Fontaine, P. 
Karsarjian. Row 4: D. CTConnor, S. Cameau, D. Barr, I. Pace, K. Moskas, 
B. Robichaud. 



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Clarion 




C. Montanari; S. Mostrom; J. Murphy; C. Harvey; P. Lenzi; W. Rasmussen; C. Hollis; N. Hunter; G. Newcomb: B. Robirhaud. 



The goal of the school newspaper, The Clarion, is to enable 
the students to obtain valuable experience in journalism and 
publishing, and to provide the school with its own newspaper. 
It consists of writeups concerning the news and activities of 
special interest to those at P-C. Students are encouraged to 
write their opinions on important issues and equal considera- 
tion is given to all. The advisors are Mrs. Orton and Mr. Alho. 



The Lit, recipient of the highest achievement award from 
the New England Scholastic Press Association, is published 
annually in the spring. It was organized in 1964 to provide 
a means for students and members of the community to ex- 
press their creative ideas through original essays, stories, 
and poetry. Mr. Alho is The Lit's advisor. 



Lit 




C. Montanari; S. Mostrom; J. Murphy; C. Harvey; P. Lenzi; W. Rasmussen; C. Hollis; N. Hunter; G. Newcomb; B. Robiehaud. 



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Future Teachers 




Row 1: P. Banker; I. Perez; C. Hollis; D. Furlado; S. Vieira; C. Arons; P. 
Lenzi; A. Cappanari; J. Murphy; K. Dietlin; S. Martin; J. Vasapollo. Row 2: 
C. Bumpus; I. Vasapollo; P. Arons; C. Marchi; N. Moon; A. Best; P. Estes; 
J. Bastoni; S. Mostrom; C. Montanari; D. Heath; C. Govoni. Row 3: N. Grif- 

The Future Teachers of America is affiliated with the 
M.T.A. and the N.E.A. Membership is open to Juniors and 
Seniors interested in careers in the field of education. 
Monthly meetings, field trips to other schools and local pro- 
grams in the field of education are some of the club's activi- 
ties. This year several members have participated in a new 
after-school program at the Nathaniel Morton Intermediate 
School where the children are given extra help with their 
school work. 



fin; D. Pineau; K. Murphy; C. Har\ey; M. Brigida; D. Correirt., C. Grady; 
D. Farrah; L. Nicolas; L. Lindros. Row 4: K. Burgess; D. MaeDonald; C. 
Silva; K. Maskell; D. Lawrence; K. Shepard; S. Vecchi; E. Cerasuollo; 
C. Govoni; S. Griswold. 



The Future Nurses Club serves the purpose of bringing 
together junior and senior girls who are interested in the 
field of nursing and careers pertaining to health. Field trips 
to hospitals and nursing homes are among the group's activi- 
ties and donations are made to a worthy cause. The Future 
Nurses also have guest speakers relative to the medical field. 



Future Nurses 




Standing: A. Costa; C. Smalley; R. Robbins; J. Kemp; R. Roane; C. Conrad; P. Ryan; A. Hertel; M. Viera; S. Barlow; M. Elliot; D. Enos; R. Rand; Mrs. Volta. 
Seated: L. O'Donnell; E. Burns; A. Telless; L. Young. 



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Debate Club 

and 
Drama Club 



Mr. Cohen; S. Martin; J. Langille; L. Risney; C. Govoni; W. Rasmussen; M. Wirzburger; C. 
Govoni; L. Nicolas; P. Griffis; C. Hodgkins; G. Newcomb; T. Donelan: C. Miranda: E. West. 



The Debate Club is made up of a small group of students 
whose members have a chance to participate in debates 
against other schools in the Southeastern Massachusetts 
League. The club meets regularly in order to build cases, 
learn skills and techniques, and hold practice debates. The 
club competes with other teams four times during the school 
year. 



The Drama Club is an organization of interested students 
who would like to gain knowledge of the theater through their 
own experiences in school plays. Each year a full-scale musi- 
cal is produced under the direction of Miss Draghetti and 
Mr. Briggs. 




Row 1: K. Haire; K. Dietlin; N. Smith; S. Smith; S. Rurgess; Miss Draghetti; 
■Mr. Briggs; C. Arons; D. Diaz; D. Pond; E. Al-Chokhachy: C. Thompson. 
Row 2:' S. Rarlow; K. Souza; P. Estes; C. Hollis; N. Marsh; S. Fabri; E. Cer- 
asuollo; C. Harvey; D. Douglas; D. Wall; S. Martin; S. Mostrom; J. Vasapollo. 



Row 3: J. Beradi; C. Miller; A. Leonardi; D. MacDonald: L. Young; J. Smith; 
C. Miller; D. O'Connor; B. Wood; B. Giovanetti; C. Montanari; P. Brewster. 
Row 4: D. Caldera; L. Risney: A. Williamson; L. Wilbur: I. Pace: K. Forti- 
ni; K. Moskos; C. Reed; J. Peterson: P. Pearson. 



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Foreign Language Clubs 




French Club 
Row 1: A. Cappanari; J. Cicciu; R. Guidetti; K. Ruggiero; C. 
Govoni; A. Degenhart; E. Gilmore; S. Ferro; G. Anderson; 
L. Franks; P. Lenzi; D. Barr. Row 2: C. Freeman; M. Elliot; 
V. Reed; C. Thompson; D. Furtado; K. Souza; P. Stafford; M. 
Harvey; J. White; D. Centeio; N. Moon. Row 3: S. Martin; 
J. Vasapollo; S. Fabri; D. Carlson; K. Morey; C. Arons; B. 
Giovanetti; L. Bloom; E. Al-Chokhachy; D. Pineau. Row 4: 
P. Estes; K. Burgess; P. Banker; C. Montanari; S. Mostrom; D. 
MacDonald; A. Leonardi; B. MacCarthy; C. Harvey; I. Vasa- 
pollo. Row 5: M. Silva; D. Correira; J. Santerre: K. Brenner; 
D. Lawrence; M. Brewster; K. Maskell: S. Griswold; L. Nico- 
las. Row 6: B. Paoletti; P. Best; D. Brewster; S. Agnew; K. 
Genovese; K. Fortini; E. West; K. MacCarthy. Row 7: D. 
Morgan; S. Vecchi; D. Fitzhenry; B. Benea; C. Govoni; N. 
Griffin; C. Regan; P. Ryan; R. Rane. 



The language clubs enable students to enrich their un- 
derstanding of foreign people and their customs through 
student discussions, lectures, and field trips. Various group 
projects undertaken are rewarding and enjoyed by all. The 



French and Spanish clubs jointly sponsored a Christmas 
program which included foreign foods and the breaking of a 
pinata. 




Latin Club 
Row 1: E. Burns; L. Young; A. Cappanari; P. Lenzi; A. Tel- 
less; W. Ruprecht; S. Sampson. Row 2: C. Marchi; K. Wright: 
K. Lahey: S. Stafford; R. Reynolds; J. Bastoni; D. Heath: D. 
Centeio; L. Bloom; J. Maki: C. Regan; Mr. Dietlin. Row 3: 
N. Yordt; C. Wright; D. Dietlin; P. Robichaud; D. Dunne; R. 
Antoinetti; J. Avery; J. White. Row 4: J. Collins; D. Douglas; 
C. Reed; B. Woodward; N. Prout; L. Wilbur; L. Wood; D. 
Lawrence. Row 5: G. Newcomb; C. Anzuoni; C. Meyers; V. 
Almeida; A. Newbv. 




Spanish Club 
Row 1: D. May: M. Newby; J. Leandro. Row 2: C. Smalley; 
D. Silva; C. Keller; P. Kennedy; J. Rezendes; J. Wirzburger; 
P. Romanelli. Row 3: D. Pineau; C. Lanman; J. Kemp; P. De- 
Cost; P. Caramello; J. Lyman. Row 4: P. Pratt; J. LeBarnes; 
A. Costa; D. Furtado; R. Heller; S. Vieira. Row 5: J. Langille; 
P. Eddv; B. Collins; M. Mendes; E. Mello; C. Buttner. 



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Chess Club 




R. Cain. E. Al-Chochaiy. T. Donelan. L. Davis, G. Newcomb. Mr. Robinson. W. Rassmussen. J. Collins. M. Straz. P. Griff is. 



The Chess Club was formed by a group of students inter- 
ested in the techniques of this age-old game. Plymouth- 
Carver's Chess Club is a member of the South Shore Inter- 



Scholastic Chess League, comprised of eighteen teams divided 
into three divisions. P.C. is in the southern division and com- 
petes against five other schools. 



Geological Society 



The Geological Society is an organization for stu- 
dents who have an interest in the study of rocks. 
Field trips are planned during the year to various 
collecting localities. 



C. Thomas, J. Smith, T. Wood. M. Witzburger, S. Martin. M. 
Coombs. 




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Math Club 




Row 1: Mr. Fachetti, V. Clark, P. Arons, J. Dunlap, W. Rasmussen. Row 2: 
Mr. Medici, P. Lenzi, M. Gallagher, D. Govoni, W. McNeil, C. Miranda, P. 



Griffis, R. Dethlefson, K. Souza, N. Smith. Row 3: K. Leahy, P. Hachey, 
D. Brewster, J. Talbot, R. Chadwick, S. Pereira, S. Rapose, E. Al-Chochachy. 



The purpose of the Math Club is to enable students to gain 
valuable knowledge and experience in the field of computers 
and of computer mathematics. Membership in the Math Club 
requires that a student have a cumulative "C" average in 



mathematics. In addition to new computers and a math lab, 
a course in computer mathematics has been added to provide 
the proper needs for the Math Club. 




Computers don't make mistakes ... do they???! 



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Spring 

A newness time. 

A time of green happenings. 

Green is the color of hope. 

Spring! 

A joyful time — 

The seeds have ceased their 
burial 
and burst open 
through the 

warming ground 
and 
in the forest 
the trees 
have 
forfeited their winter 

beauty 
only for that 
of another 



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Student in\ol\ement at an interesting seminar. 



Operation: Impact was a two day seminar series for all 
juniors and seniors offered on January 26 and 27. Its goal 
was to expose students to life problems of interest to them, 
to a variety of ideas, and to a variety of people. 

The immediate goal for students was confrontation of self, 
contemplation, to understanding; and commitment, to deci- 
sion-making. 

The Steering Committee was composed of students and 
teachers, with the former far out-numbering the latter. The 
Steering Committee selected the seminar subjects from sug- 
gestions submitted by the various English classes and sug- 
gested modifications or endorsed the list of panelists sub- 
mitted by the faculty. 

Altogether, the program has been deemed to be one of the 
most successful educational experiments ever attempted at 
Plymouth-Carver High. 



Operation: Impact 1970 





Joni asks a question concerning preparation for marriage. 



Brooks Johnson raises a question. 



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Mrs. Urann: who made Operation: Impact a reality for us. 





An informal chat with Brooks. 




Mr. Bongiovanni discusses different situations with students. 



Students attenti\el\ listen to discussion on Inter-racial problems. 



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Pilgrim Staff 

Those who volunteer to work for the Pil- 
grim may choose from any of the ten staffs. 
Each staff works independently and is given 
assignments which the members must carry 
out. An editor, chosen for each staff, makes 
specific assignments and constantly checks 
students until assignments are complete. The 
write-ups and art work must be submitted 
by a deadline and are passed in to the co- 
editors. Again this material is thoroughly 
checked before sent to press. 

The joint co-operation of these staffs is 
necessary in order to produce a good year- 
book. 



Staff Editors 
Seated: L. Nicolas, P. Banker, P. Griffis, C. Govoni, S. Griswold, K. Kramer. Standing: D. Mat- 
inzi, D. May, D. Brewster, P. Best, T. Donelan, IN. Hunter, M. Stefani. S. Barlow. I. Vasapollo. 




Curriculum 
Seated: K. Haire, S. Griswold. J. Baraudi. M. Elliot. Standing: L. Rogers. P. Lenzi. C. Govoni. D. Lawrence. 
C. Silva. 







Senior Statistics 
Front: B. Woodward. J. Dunlap. C. Sil\a. D. Go%oni. 
P. Curt. P. Tassanari. P. Correa. D. Silva. L. Young. 
L. Rogers. Back: D. Brewster. P. Banker. K. Burgess. 
M. Brewster, L. Williams. D. Fontes. C. Sadosky. D. 
Sampson. C. Ruprecht. C. Miller. K. Haire. P. Brewster. 



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Co-Editors in Chief 

Patrick Griffis, Caryn Govoni, Mr. Brian 
Souza. Adviser. 




Business Staff 
Seated: L. Young, I. Vasapollo, L. Bonny, P. Banker, L. Nicolas, K. Burgess, P. Lenzi. Standing: P. Best, S. Griswold, D. Farrah, D. Heath, J. Dunlap, W. Ras- 
mussen. 




Boys Sports 
Seated: R. Perry, D. May, J. Taddia. 
Standing: C. Miranda, D. Matinzi, F. 
Latosek. S. Ottani. 



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Typing Staff 
Front: P. Correa, F. Weber. I. Vasapollo, C. Garvey, A. Sherwood. Back: 
VI. Brewster, L. Bonney, C. Swain, D. Douglas. 




Pilgrim Staffs 




Co-Curriculum 
Seated: L. Young. P. Lenzi. \. Hunter. B. Woodward. \. Moon. Standing: 
k. Leah>. L. Lindros. C. Gar\ey. C. SiKa. J. Dunlap. 



Literary Staff 
G. Newcomb, M. Slefani. Absent: Carol Besse. 



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Girls Sports 
Seated: K. Pimental, S. Barlow, D. Fernandes. 
Standing: B. Barrows. 





Secretaries 
Seated: A. Sherwood, E. Burns, P. Best, 
C. Swain, P. Correa. Standing: B. Wood- 
ward, J. Dunlap. 



Art Staff 
Front: M. Elliot, D. Matinzi, K. Kramer, J. Taddia. Back: C. Smalley, P. Curt, P. Tassinari. 








Hope my comic book is still here! 



Freshmen 



Is he for real? 








The young and the innocent. 
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Mr. Baden tells a joke! 



Just think, three more vears . 





Here comes the grub. 



Pssst — Is this the right answer? 





'Ma" MaeDuffee's health class. 



They found my tuba! 



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Sophomores 




You've got to be kidding, he's not that cute. 



Vnd to think I was so hungrv 



My fellow Americans, 1 come to you with a heavy heart. 




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If I'd known sex education was like this. I would have taken health. 



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Sorry, wrong number — Miss Albertini is in the next room. 




Is it reallv Root-beer? 



Hi guy. you Mona*s kid? 



Today P-C. Tomorrow the world. 





Juniors 



I know they cut the school budget, but this is ridiculous! 




Hang on — the game hasn't e\en started vet . . . 



Thanks a lot — It's probably the only picture I'll be in! 





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If he only knew what he was paying for. 



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Eat well — It might be your last meal. 



Don't you dare! 

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lis the same old thing . . . just like kindergarten. 




You think I look bad 




Class of 1971 




This is my big chance, John. 



My answer's right — his is wrong. 




There he goes again — telling it like it is. 
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Class of 1971 





Is that an ant? 



Oh no, I got my finger stuck in the net! 



It's the President. 







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As a child 

I wandered 
through the 

long grasses of the 
meadow 



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fascinatec 
color changes 

happening when 
the wind gently blew the 
tops 6f the grass. 



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I was very s 
and played i 
world of 



nail 
the 



Towering cat tails and reeds 
Letting my imagination run 
free with the 

^ ind that was calm 

and that coukL 



2r* suddenly 
e) turn 

Fierce 
without warning. 

The years passed 
and the meadow 

remained the same 
changing only 
with the seasons. 






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But I was not left 
unchanged 
for I had grown and 
my mind had 
changed into that of 

2 ^questioning and 
curious child. 

We were old friends 
the meadow and I 
and still shared and understood 
the other's secrets 



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Senior Class Officers 




Paulelle Correa 
Treasurer 



Carver High School 





Henry Clay Adams, Jr. 
River Street 
"Hank" . . . fun loving . . . "Let's get going" . . . 
wants to go to Canada to hunt moose . . . friendly 
. . . prizes his 12 guage shotgun . . . Hank is hap- 
piest when goose hunting (Really?). 
Intramurals 1, 2: Senior Show 4: Work Study 4. 




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Kathleen Almeida 

71 Cordage Terrace 
Kalhy . . . friendly . . . "If ell hon, if you want 
to." . . . hopes to get married (To whom, Kalhy'/') 
. . . peeved by the \ational Guards and a 6.5 black 
Comet . . . prizes John and his gifts, especially 
that ring . . . happiness is a whole day and no 
fights with J. G. 

Homeroom treasurer 1. 2. 3. 4; Pep Rally 1. 2: 
Senior Show 4: Usherette 2: Bookstore 3: Clarion 
1,2. 




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Evan Modaher Al-Chokhaehy 

5 Dwight Avenue 
"Evan" . . . talkative . . . "It best be" . . . ivanls 
to travel and go to college . . . peeved by that 
second period French class and the Establishment 
. . . intelligent . . . prizes that "set of wheels" . . . 
"Have it" . . . happiness is "being free and to 
live!!! and being me!" 

Student Government Day 1: Heritage Da\ worker 
1; Debate Club 1. 2; Chess Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Leader 
Corps 1. 2. 3. 4: Track 1. 2. 3. 4: AFS 2: Cross 
Country 2. 3; NEDT Test Award 1: Band 2. 3. 4: 
Student Council 2. 3. 4: Intramurals 3. 4: V arsit\ 
Club 3. 4: Senior Prom 4: Senior Show 4: Junior 
Prom 3: Honorary Rotarian 4: Soccer 4: Student 
tow n selectman 1. 



Gary John Almeida 

23 Prince Street 
Gary . . . genuine . . . wants to be a gym teacher 
. . . athletic . . . peeved by K.M. . . . (really, 
Gary?) . . . "What are you . . . STUPID?" . . . 
prizes his 69 Toyota . . . Often seen at 62 Aldcn 
Street . . . handsome . . . Happiness is: I acations. 
Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 2: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: 
Intramural Vollevball 3.4: Senior Show 4. 




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Diane Louise Andrade 

So. Meadow Road 
Center Car\er 
Diane . . . friendly . . . hopes to be a good typist 
. . . peeved by a certain teacher . . . witty . . . "Too 
bad" . . . prizes a class ring . . . happiness is being 
happily married. 

Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: A.F.S. 2: Future Nurses 4: 
Cafeteria Aide 4. 



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Paula Miehele Arons 

24 Standish \\e. 
"Paula" . . . "Oy Jay" . . . wants to teach the men- 
tally retarded . . . talkative ... is peeved by a cer- 
tain teacher who calls her "The Plying \ ( .V" . . . 
prizes her mczuzzah . . . happy not finding her 
name in the obituary column. 

Chorus 2. 3. 4: Semsba 2. 3. I: Talent Show 2. 3. 
4: Math Club 3: FT A 1.2. 3. I: French Club 1. 2. 
3: Drama Club 1. 2. 3. 1: Town Meeting 1: Senior 
Show 4: NEDT Ward I. 



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William Henry Askins 
36 Standish Vve. 

"Hill" . . . reserved "It hat?" . . . hopes to become 

an architect and gel rich . . . peeved by Period II 

Technical Mathematics . . . prizes that (J2 ban 

. . . Bill finds happiness with a certain girl . . . 

M.F. 

Cross Countr\ 1: Intramurals 1. 2: Chess Club 

1,2. 




Albert Lawrence Baker III 

Gate Street 
North Carver 
Larry . . . talkative . , . "What's up?". . . his ambi- 
tion is to become a barber . . . happy when hunt- 
ing (tor what?) . . . can most often be found 
hanging out in room 201. 




Anthony Baker 
231 Sandwich Street 





Franklin Bobert Ballard Jr. 

18 Hav Viev, \\e. 

"Frank . . . happy . . . "It hat's up?" . . . wants 

to be tuenty-one . . . dislikes shaving . . . Frank 

will be happy when graduating in June of 1070. 




Colin Steven Banker 

132 Summer Street 
"Buff a" . . . friendly . . . "Leave me alone. 
Scoop." It ants to make someone happy ( ft ho?) 
. . . talkative . . . loud girls peeve him . . . prizes 
his mother . . . happy at Fran's cottage or with 
girls with long brown hair and suntans. 
Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 1: Basket- 
ball 1: Homeroom Representative 1. 2. 3. 4: Tal- 
ent Show 2. 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 2: Senior Show 4: 
Graduation usher 3. 



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Paula Ann Banker 

IT Cordage Terrace 
"Paula" . . . happy . . . "Really?" . . . wants to 
farther her education and to be happy (not 
necessarily in that order! ) . . . sweet . . . peeved 
by those unpredictable moods (Who's?) . . . 
prizes memories of the summer of '69 . . . hap- 
piness was June 29. 1969 and 4CSLB. 
Marching Girls 2. 3. 4: Field Hockey 1. 2: Girls" 
Sports Club 1. 2: AFS 2. 3. 4: Dean's Council 2. 
3. 4: Future Teachers 3. 4: French Club 2. 3. 4: 
Pilgrim 3. 4: Staff Editor 4: ^ omen's Club 4: 
Student Government Da\ 1: Senior Show 4. 



Carver High School 






Alan Anthony Baptista 

10 Standish Ave. 
"Al" . . . quiet . . . "That's all" . . . wants to travel 
on a motorcycle and join the Navy . . . peeved by 
a certain English teacher . . . "Yeah right" . . . 
prizes his license . . . happiness is missing gym 
. . . but not those women drivers! 



David Barbieri 

32 Veron Street 
"David" . . . friendly . . . plans include frog farm- 
ing . . . "W / hat's wrong?" . . . prizes his Rolling 
Stones Albums . . . happy when there's no gym. 



Kichard Anthony Barbieri 

21 Pleasant Street 
"Dick" . . . conservative . . . prizes his Scout . . . 
"Now ya know" . . . wants to be a carpenter . . . 
Talkative . . . peeved by work . . . but happy with 
a day off. 
Football 1.2. 3; Track 1,2, 3, 4. 






Stephen Wayne Barboza 

Rochester Road 
South Carver 
"Steve" . . . talkative . . . happy when he has a day 
°ff (f rom what, Steve?! ) . . . prizes a '57 Chevy 
. . . witty . . . peeved by a first period gym class 
. . . wants to graduate (Me too! ). 
Track 2, 3. 4. 



Susan Barlow 

20 Lothrop Street 
"Sue" . . . talkative "I can't wait" . . . looks for- 
ward to college . . . peeved by Bert and Sadie 
. . . prizes trust . . . happiness for Sue is five years 
away (W hat then? . . .). 

Field Hockey 1. 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1; Tennis 1. 
2, 3, 4; Girls 1 Sports Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Girls 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3. 4; "The Mouse that 
Roared"; "L"il Abner": "Wildcat": Heritage Day 
1; Future Nurses 2. 3, 4: Dean's Council 1. 2, 3, 4: 
Pilgrim Sports Editor 4: Talent Show 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4: Rotary 4; Women's Club 4: Intramurals: 
Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4. 



Debra Jane Barr 

110 Beach Street 
Manomet 
"Deb" . . . cheerful . . . "Are you kidding?!" . . . 
her only ambition is to be happy . . . dislikes 
phonies and conceited people . . . prizes her en- 
gagement ring . . . happy when with Doug. 
French Club 1. 3. 4; Latin Club 2: Chorus 2. 4: 
Office Secretarv 2; Clarion 3. 



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Deborah Louise Barros 
Box 45 Center Street 
Carver 
"Debby" . . . talkative . . . "Don't start" . . . 
hopes someday to be a model . . . is peeved by 
people who think they are heller than others . . . 
prizes P. ./.... happiness is going to N.B. 
Talent Show 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 2; Student 
Council 2: Senior Show: Future Nurses 3,; 1'ep 
Squad 1. 2. 




Felieia Bartholomay 

Farmhurst Road 
Manomel 
"Fetch" . . . conservative . . . "ffell". . . ambition 
is to be an educator and to be educated . . . 
prizes their dog . . . Felicia will he happy on Oct. 
9, 1970 when her husband gels out of the Coast 
Guard . . . sweet. 




John Paul Bastoni 

14 Marjorie Street 
"Cousin John" ... a neic comer to P.C. ... ")ou 
knuckle head" . . . wants to find one (one what. 
John:') . . . prizes a '48 Ford, but not school . . . 
happiness is 2:26 (I agree! ). 




Michael Henry Bastoni 

20 Dwight Avenue 
"Mike" . . . well-liked . . . happiness is . 
tank of gas . . . likes purple and green 
Italian food . . . spirited. 
Talent Show 3; Senior Show 4. 



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Richard John Bastoni 

90 Spooner Street 
"Cush" . . . "a town boy" . . . hopes to go to the 
Bavou . . . Peeved by having no money . . . prizes 
his hat . . . Happiness is being a bartender . . . 
"Time for a haircut?"— "Ask me if I care?" 



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Robert Dennis Beaulieu 

407 Court Street 
"Bobby" . . . "(f hat's Up" . ■ . energenic . . . 
peeved bv people who are dull . . ■ icants to . . . 
Drive a Dragster . . . prizes that little can . . .? 
(of what?) . . . happiness is being with C. S. 
Senior Show 4. 



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Joan Berardi 

Court Street 
"Joanie" . . . plans to be happy . . . with C. B. 
. . . prizes memories of summer '69 . . . often 
found at the beach . . . or eating pizza . . . perky. 
French Club 1. 2: Junior Prom 3; Clarion 1. 2, 3; 
Lit I, 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2. 3; Pilgrim 4: Senior 
Show 4; Senior Prom 4; Pep Rally Committee 4: 
Enamel Club 1: Geological Society 1. 2. 




Kurt Joel Blomburg 

Point Road 
Manomet 
"Kurt" . . . quiet . . . "Huh?" . . . wants to make 
it somewhere in life . . . peeved by a Greek ( If ho 
Kurt?) . . . prizes everything . . . happiness is 
having an experience you'll never forget?????? 




Caryl Jean Besse 

66 Sandwich Street 
"Caryl" . . . "Oh, now!" . . . wants to live on a 
farm in the country far away from Plymouth . . . 
independent . . . peeved by narrow-minded 
people . . . prizes her dog . . . happiness is walking 
on the waterfront on a cold windy day. 
Tennis 1. 2. 3. 4; Senior Show 4: Latin 1, 2: 
French Club 1. 2. 




Jean Teresa Bois 
Pine City Street 
North Career 
"Bean" . . . loveable . . . wants to travel and marry 
. . . peeved by U.S. Army . . . "You'll get over 
it!" . . . happiners is MARK . . . "congenial" . . . 
prizes her black onyx ring, car keys and her best 
friend . . . found at Hojo's. on the waterfront. 
Intramurals 1. 2: Dean's Council 1. 2. 3. 4: 
Homeroom Treasurer 1. 2. 3. 4: Guidance Assis- 
tant 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 




Paula Jean Best 

12<) Westerls Rd. 
"Paula" . . . friendly . . . "Hopes to make other 
people happy " . . . prizes her charm bracelet 
. . . peeved by insecure people . . . happiness is 
gelling letters, from who Paul-a? . . . "Oh yes!" 
. . . ambitious. 

Town Government Representative 1: Field 
Hockey 1. 2: Softball 1. 2: Basketball 1. 2. 3: 
French Club 1. 2. 3. 4: President of the French 
Club 3; Sports Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Talent Show 3: 
Tennis 3: Volleyball learn 3: "I/il Abner" 3: 
Marching Girls 2. 3. 4: Bridgewater Conference 
Representative 3: Junior Prom Committee 3: Se- 
nior Prom Committee 4: '"Wildcat" 4: Women's 
Club Guest 4; Rotary guest 4: Pilgrim Staff 
Fditor 4; L. Vlass. Conference Representative 4: 
Senior Show Director 4. 




Lynne Allison Bonney 

32 Standish \\enue 
Lynne . . . flirtatious . . . prizes her Siamese tut 
. . . but not those ridiculous fights . . . sincere . . . 
likes Wayne . . ■ hopes to be rich . . . and happy. 
Graduation Vrchbearer 3: Junior Prom 3: Senior 
Prom \ S: nicr '■'how I Talent Show : l.nain: I 
Club 1: Dance Committee 1.2; Clarion 1: Pilgrim 
4; Spanish Club 2: Pep Scpiad I: Homeroom 
Representative I. 2. 



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Gail Mary Botelho 

Summer Street 
"(rail" . . . prizes her stuffed animals . . . peeved 
by waiting . . . being so short . . . friendly . . . 
happiness is being with someone special . . . "you 
know that" . . . petite. 




Roy Bourque 
341 \\ arrendale Road 

"Skip' . . . peeved by irresponsible 
prizes . . . imagination . . . future 
Executive . . . look out, world! 
Baseball I. 3: Cross Counln 3: Track I. \. 




people . . . 
Idvertising 



Gary Paul Bowers 

15 Dwighl Wenue 
"Gary" . . . "speedy" . . . plans to make a lot of 
money . . . peeved by working on Saturday night 
. . prizes a six-pack and M. C. . . . "mischievous" 
■ ■ . happiness is being with Marlenc. 
Senior Show. 




Michael Thomas Boylan 
9 Pierce Avenue 
"Mike" . . . found at the beach . . . and with P.M. 
. . . fun-loving . . . hopes to be rich and famous . . . 
clever . . . "Right there. Herbie!" 
Heritage Day 1; Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4: Talent Show 
2. 3, 4; Soccer 4: Intramurals 3, 4: Senior Show 
1: Senior Show Writing Committee 4. 




Richard Wedgwood Bramhall 

424 Sandwich Road 
"W edge" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . wants to get 
Brewster drunk (really'/!'/) . . . prizes "Cyclone" 
. . . energetic . . . hapiness is a party at Cherry 
Hill . . . peeved by the summer's end. 
Tennis 1: Baseball 2. 4; Talent Show 2. 3. 4; Se- 
nior Show 4: Senior Show Committee 4: Home- 
room representative 2. 3. 4; Intramural 1. 2: 
Work Stud\ 4. 




Peter Louis Brenner 
15 Forest Avenue Court 
"Pete" . . . witty . . . "Ask me if I care" . . . wants 
to be an Electrician ... (to fix disposals?) . . . 
Can't stand people with BIG mouths . . . prizes 
that "65 Mustang . . . Pete's happiness is a big 
bucket oj garbage . . . from where?! . . . happy-go- 
lucky. 
Intramurals 2: Garbage Scraping 3. 4. 



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Dennis Martin Brewster 

291 Sandwich St. 
"Denny" . . . nice-looking . . . "Tempt me!" 
( Hmmm . . .) ... hales getting thrown off the 
beach at 9 p.m. by the fuzz . . . mischievous . . . 
hapiness is an Endless Summer with the Scout 
that out does any jeep (????????). 
Language Lab Assistant 1; Town Meeting 1 
Homeroom Rep. 1. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Boy's State 3; Driver Ed. 3 
Rotarian 4; Operation Impact 4: Pilgrim 4; Se 
nior Show 4. 





Guy Brigida 

325 Sandwich Street 
"Butch" . . . hopes to be a success . . . "friendly" 
■ . . prizes Gail, of course, but that '63 Buick! . . . 
. . . happiness is: a tank of gas, a six pack ... a 
l-o-n-g weekend . . . "If it feels good, do it!" . . . 
found at Rag's Gulf or Lancer's . . . "W ell, all 
right!" 
Track 1; Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 




Maryellen Jean Brewster 

37 Samoset Street 
"Maryellen" . . . not Mary-melons! . . . carefree 
. . . prizes her four little nieces . . . ambition — to 
be somebody . . . happy . . . likes . . . blue . . . steak 
with mushrooms . . . and Jay! 

Guidance Office Assistant 2. 3. 4; Office Assis- 
tant 4: Pep Squad 1. 2: Talent Show 3: Clarion 3: 
Lit-Business Staff 1, 2; AFS 1, 2. 3. 4: Pilgrim- 
Typing and Senior Statistics 4; Senior Show 4; Se- 
nior Prom Committee 4; FTA 3, 4; Honorary 
Rotarian 4: Romans' Club Representative 4; 
Graduation Archbearer 3; Junior Prom 3. 




Stephen Dale Britto 

16 Olmstead Terrace 
"Stevie" . . . to play Pro Basketball and join the 
Navy . . . prizes T. M. "Hey now!!!" . . . athletic 
. . . peeved by people who are late . . . can be 
found sitting on North Plymouth steps . . . happi- 
ness is Terry, of course! 

Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 1. 2, 3, 4: Senior Show 
4. 



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Penelope Brewster 

88 Warren Avenue 
"Ben" . . . happy with Rick . . . outgoing . . . plans 
to ski to Hawaii . . . the long way . . . prizes . . . her 
Heads . . . likes orange . . . and diet pills (?)... 
"I wish I were skinny. " 

Pilgrim 4; "L'il Abner" 3: "'Wildcat" 4: "The 
Mouse That Roared'" 2; Girls' Sports Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Operation Impact 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Softball 1: Tennis 3, 4; Basketball 1: Dean's 
Council 1, 2, 3. 4: Heritage Day 1: Talent Show 
2. 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Senior Show 1. 4. 




Dinah Jane Britton 

208 Court Street 
"Dinah" . . . independent . . . "Oh-wow" . . . 
wants . . . to . . . change . . . the world . . . intellec- 
tual . . . peeved by "lots of talk about little" . . . 
prizes . . . her self-ness . . . happiness . . . is . . . 
peak experiences. 
Clarion 4: Lit 4. 






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Linda Jean Brown 
61 Summer Street. Apt. 8A 
"Browny" ... a new addition to P.C. . . . "Hopes 
to be a success in the world of art" . . . "peeved by 
narrow-minded people" . . . "Likes Falmouth, 
but prizes Tom" . . . happiness is Tom . . . "cute" 
. . . "You make me laugh!" 
Tennis 3; Senior Show 4. 




Marjorie Mae Brown 

\\ enham Street 
Carver 
"Marg" . . . quiet . . . "Smile when you say that' 
. . . wants to become a kindergarten teacher . . . 
prizes "Sam" sweet . . . peeved by Mondays . . . 
happiness is success. 



Penny Lee Brown 
245 Sandwich Road 
"Penny" . . . quiet . . . to live a happy life . 
pretty . . . peeved by coming back to school . 
devoted . . . happini'ss is a little girl — Michelle . 
prizes Rusty. 





Edward Stanton Bubbins 

Sandwich Road 
"Ted" . . . fun loving . . . "Is that right?" . . . 
wants to be a Forest Ranger . . . prizes a three 
inch magnum; but not those white socks . . . 
friendly . . . peeved by the ride to Brockton Sun- 
day mornings . . . happiness is two little objects 
( Hmmmmm?? ) . 

Gym Show 3: Tennis 2; Basketball 2: Hoekev 3, 
4: Baseball 1; Soccer 2. 3. 4. 



Carol Ann Bumpus 

Herring Pond Road 

Cedarville 

"Carol" . . . "Sweet" . . . icants . . . to become an 
elementary teacher . . . peeved by inconsiderate 
people . . . shy . . . prizes . . . her guitar . . . and . . . 
albums . . . happiness . . . is wearing contact len- 
ses. 
Future Teachers 2. 3. 4. 




Wendy Bumpus 

Tremont Street 
Carver 
"ff'endv" ■ ■ ■ pretty . ■ ■ "Oh my God!.'.'" . . . 
wants to see the country . . . prizes her own car!!!! 
. . . peeved bx her parents and people that inter- 
fere . . . happiness is weekends uith Dai e! !!.'!!. 
Tennis Intramurals 1. 2: Badminton Intramurals 
1. 2: Pep Squad 1. 2: Lit 2: Dance Committees 3. 
4: Pilgrim 4: Senior Show. 



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Kathryn Alice Burgess 

117 Sandwich Street 
"Kathy" . . . fun-loving . . . prizes a certain 
"temperamental" car . . ."I ery Strange" ... wants 
to be happy forever (with whom. Kathy?.'?) . . . 
friendly . . . peeved by not having anywhere to go 
( Hmmmmmm) . . . happiness is ACSLB; but not 
those "arguments" with John! 
Student Government Day 1; Student Tutor 1: 
Mentally Retarded Volunteer 1. 2: Spanish Club 
3; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Statistics 4; 
Pilgrim Business Staff 4; Senior Show 4. 



Susan M. Burgess 
4 Allen Court 
"Sue" . . . mild ...*'/ guess!" . . . ambition is to 
graduate . . . good-natured . . . peeved by "B ail- 
ing for someone!!" . . . prizes that certain ring 
(From ???!) . . . happiness is being with Peter. 
Badminton 1; Volleyball 1; Tennis 1. 



Catherine Leocadia Burns 

R.F.D. #1 BeaNer Darn Road 
Vlanomet/J 
"Cathy" . . . friendly . . . "Oh for crying out 
loud!!!" . . . wants to be an l.B.M. Programmer 
. . . peeved by that certain typing teacher . . . pri- 
zes her class ring . . . happiness is going back to 
Connecticut. 

Tennis 1: Library Aide 1; Pep Squad 1. 2: Sports 
Club 1, 2; Band 3, 4. 







Charles Perry Butterfield 

Jordan Road 
"Sandy" . . . "Right!" . . . Hopes to be a success 
. . . peeved when there's no heat at the hilltop . . . 
prizes his car . . . good looking . . . happiness is an 
untouched sleeping bag. 

Senior Show 4; Soccer 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4: Intra- 
murals 3, 4. 



Debra Jane Caldera 

17 Lothrop Street 
"Pete" . . . happy . . . "If hat's wrong?" . . . 
D.L.S.F. . . . wants to live a long healthy life . . . 
that red Chevy from New Bedford peeves her . . . 
determined . . . prizes her memories . . . happiness 
is being with Farzie (wonder who that is?! ). 
Field Hockey 1; Senior Show 4: Basketball 1: 
Tennis 1; Girls" Sports Club 1, 2; Pep Squad 1: 
Clarion (girls' sports ed.) 2: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 3: Drama Club 1. 4; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Concession Stand 4. 



John Joseph Callahan 
Samosct Vvenue 
Vlanomel 
"Cal" . . . easy-going . . . prizes that clean "Olds" 
. . . but not Mary T. ... to work heavy equipment 
is his ambition . . . happy with C. M. and the 
weekends. 
Baseball 1.2. 



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Ann Marie Cappannari 
1 Stephen's Lane 
"Annie". . . intelligent . . . "Not for anything but" 
. . . wants to become a French teacher . . . peeved 
by reckless drivers . . . quiet . . . prizes those 
Supreme tlburns . . . happiness is her family, 
home and graduation. 

French Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 2. 3, 4; 
Chorus 3, 4; Woman's Club 4; Talent Show 3. 4: 
Future Teachers 3, 4. 




Beverly Jean Carter 
West St. 
Carver 
"Bev" . . . Witty . . . plans to travel and be happy 
. . . peeved by "Dad's" lectures and PIT. . . prizes 
her car "The Blue Baby"and Amy . . . spirited 
. . . happiness is her bottle warmer!.'! 
Homeroom Rep. 1; Homeroom Treasurer 2. 3. 4; 
Senior Show 4. 




William Dale Cappella 
63 Obery Street 
"Cappy" . . . devilish . . . "J. C." — hmmm?? . . . 
athletic . . . peeved by hot tempered people . . . 
happiness — a healer at the hilltop . . . ambition is 
to graduate and to have a happy life . . . prizes 
. . . Life. 

Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Baseball I. 2. 3. I; Homeroom 
Representative I. 2. 3. 4: Hockey 3. 4: Talent 
Show 2. 3: Senior Show 4. 




Susan Kathleen Carreau 
Federal Furnace Road 
"Sue" . . . fun-loving . . . ambition . . . to go to 
California . . . but not alone! . . . "I doubt it" . . . 
peeved by . . . her brother . . . and those "certain" 
Senior boys. 
Senior Show \. 




Michael Ceorge Carvalho 

5 Rodman Lane 
"Mike" . . . "C'mon Now" . . . quiet . . . nants to 
go to college . . . peeved by Mr. B. and his jokes 
(???) . . . prizes his license . . . happiness is . . . 
long weekends and meeting people. 
Debate Club 1: Town Governemnt Representa- 
tive 1: Semsba 2: Dance Band 3. 4; Band 1. 2. 3. 
4: Honorary Rolarian 4; Honor Society 4. 




Kathleen Casey 
36 North Spooner Street 
"Kath\" . . . saucr . . . to be an airline steicardess 
. . . good-natured . . . "Be good" . . . prizes letters 
from Randy . . . happiness is being with Randy. 
Senior Show 4; Talent Show 4; Pep Squad 1. 2. 3: 
Office \ssistant 3: Arch Bearer 3: Majorettes 
1. 2. 3: Clarion Business Manager 1. 2. 



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Patricia Ann Cavanaugh 

22 Main Street 
Carver 
"Patty" . . . amiable . . . wants to travel far and 
wide . . . genuine . . . peeved by people that 
aren't for real , . . "Right now!" . . . prizes her 
license and a certain pink teddy bear . . . happi- 
ness is . . . "Oh a big hunk of love" . . . 
Wow!!!!!!! 

Basketball Intramurals 1. 2: Art 1. 2. 3; French 
1: Spanish 2, 3; Senior Show 4. 




Diana Lee Cline 

29 Leyden Street 
"Diana" . . . talented . . . prizes ... a bus ticket to 
W orcester . . . ambition . . . to always live near the 
ocean . . . energetic . . . likes . . . green . . . lobster 
. . . basketball. 

Senior Show Writing Committee 4; NEDT Award 
1; Football Concession Stand 4; Women's Club 4: 
French Club 1; Drama Club 1. 2. 3; Marching 
Girls 2: Student Council 3, 4: Honor Society 4; 
Talent Show 2; Senior Show 4: "The Mouse That 
Roared" l,"L'il Abner" 3. 






Steven George Cavicehi 

8 Hamilton Street 
"Cavick" . . . "cute" . . . "Come on!" . . . hopes to 
live the rest of his life . . . having company peeves 
him . . . prizes his T. V. . . . happiness is driving 
without a certain person who nags . 
Basketball 2; Football 1, 4; Homeroom Represen- 
tati\e: Intramurals 2. 3: Senior Show 4. 



James Clark 

Clifford Road 
"Clarkie" . . . friendly . . . "Catch ya later!" . . . 
ambition is to get rich quick (oh yah?) . . . cute 
. . . people peeve him (why?) . . . prizes his blue 
'66 Mustang . . . "You better believe it!" . . . hap- 
piness is . . . being in a nice warm bed?? . . . 
athletic. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2; Track 1. 2: Var- 
sity Club 4; Senior Show 4: Student Council 1. 





Susan Christine Comeau 

State Road 
Manomct 



Barbara Collins 

Point Road 
Manomet 
"Barnabas" . . . pretty . . . wants to travel around 
the country on the back of a motorcycle . . . "I'm a 
nut now, right?" (Indeed you are) . . . prizes her 
license; but not unfriendly people . . . happiness 
is S. T.O.N. E.D., peace, and Chris. 
Tennis 4: Senior Show: Senior Statistics; Talent 
Show: Senior Prom. 



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Cathy Lois Conrad 

Bartlctl Road 

Manomel 

"Cathy" . . . composed . . . "H.M.M.O.S.BJ.O- 
T.C." . . . her ambition is to go to \ursing School 
. . . dramatic . . . intelligent . . . prizes sterling . . . 
happiness is "The CO. of the R.P.A." . . . smiling 
. . . peeved by Senior Statistics. 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Clarion 
4; Future Nurses Club 4. 




Robert Elwood Cornish 

11 Chilton Street 
"Bubba" . . . considerate . . . prizes his car . . . 
doesn't like . . . getting up in the morning . . . 
(who does!) . . . reserved . . . ambition . . . not to 
have to work. 



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Charlene Ann Cook 

21 Bourne Street 
l'l> mouth 
"Cha" . . . attractive . . . wants to travel or go to 
college and become a teacher . . . peeved by peo- 
ple who are phonies and prejudiced . . . prizes his 
initialed ring . . . devoted . . . G.J.D. and SI fill . . . 
alright! 



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Susan Coombs 
35 (.rand \ ie\\ l)ri\e 
"Sue" . . . talkative . . . wants to be successful and 
happy (in thai order. Sue?) . . . "Isn't that just 
grooiy.'" . . . peeved when asked "W here have 
you been'.'' . . . happy . . . prizes her license . . . 
happiness is (,R 4DI i 110 \ .'.' 
Senior >lio» t. 







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Paulette Jean Correa 

62 Seven Hills Road 

Plymouth 

"P.C. "... sweet ... "7 don't know!" . . . hopes to 
be happy . . . talkative . . . prizes that hope chest 
and her suede coat . . . outgoing . . . arguments 
with Ted and March 12th peeve her . . . petite . . . 
"Can't wait for the summer, huh D.F.!" (wonder 
why?) . . . happiness is being with Teddy (of 
course! ). 

Class Treasurer 2. 3. 4: Cheerleader 3. 4. Captain 
4: Senior Show 4i Concession Stand Chairman 3. 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3: Senior Prom Com- 
mittee Chairman 4: lntramurals 1. 2. 3: Gym 
Show 2; Decals 1. 2. 3. 4: Homeroom Represen- 
tati\e 1; Pep Squad 1. 2, 3. 4; Girls" Sports Club 
3. 4; Student Go\ernment Da\ 1; Dance Commit- 
tees 1. 2. 3. 4; Women's Club 4; Pep Rally Com- 
mittee 1, 2. 3, 4; Graduation Archbearer 3; AFS 
2; Honoran Rotarian 4: Pilgrim 4. 



Susan Jean Correa 
5 Brookside A\e. 

"Sue" . . . petite . . . wants to leach P.E. but first 
get through this year with it . . . "1 ou know that!" 
. . . dislikes getting up early after a late night 
(who doesn't) . . . friendly . . . prizes her license 
and guitar . . . "Tell it like it is" . . . happiness is a 
Roadrunner. 

Tennis 2: Band 4: Girls" Sports Club 2. 3: Senior 
Show 4. 



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Paul Robert Correia 

Rochester Road 
South Carver 
"Paul" . . . masculine . . . wants to further his 
education . . . peeved by "Smart Girls" . . ■ prizes 
S.M. . . . happiness is winning those football 
games. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1; Track 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. 4. 




Richard Alan Costa 
19 Savery's Ave. 
"Richie" . . . quiet . . . wants to go to college . . . 
"You best believe it!!!" . . . dislikes Monday 
mornings . . . intelligent . . . happiness is that 
certain girl . . . prizes his license. 
Football 1. 4; Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; Heritage Day 1: 
Student Government Dav 1; Senior Show 4 






Peter Richard Correia 

Rochester Road 
South Carver 
"Pete" . . . quiet . . . "Hey Now!" . . . wants to 
enter the field of I.B.M. . . . easy going . . . prizes 
"57" Ford and A class ring . . . happiness is play- 
ing his drums. 
Baseball 1. 2; Dance Band 3. 



Kenneth George Costa 
R.F.D. #3 South Meadow Rd. 
Carver 
"Smokey" . . . witty . . . wants to play for the Red 
Sox . . . peeved by dry night . . . prizes happi- 
ness . . . angelic . . . happiness is a case (a case of 
what, Kenny?). 
Football 1: Baseball 1,2.3.4. 








Kathleen Curran 

Cochituate Kd. 

Ma unmet 



Jennifer Kay Crocker 

Old Sandwich Road 
"Jenny" . . . intelligent . . . ambition . . . to surpass 
Einstein (oh yah?) . . . dislikes empty heads . . . 
"Wow" . . . prizes her head??? . . . happiness is 
philosophizing. 

Clarion 1. 4: Leader Corps 1, 2. 3. 4: Honor 
Society 3. 4; AFS 1, 2. 3, 4: Senior Show 4: 
French Club 1, 2; Rotarv 4. 






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Paulelte Ann Curt 
26 North Spooner Street 
"Paulelte" . . . prizes TEC Cross . . . active . . . 
happiness is ... a party at Edaville . . . peeved by 
. . . fights with Billy . . . headstrong . . . likes 
yellow . . . and pizza. 

Dance Committee L, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Usher- 
ette 3; Junior Prom 3; Homeroom Representative 
2. 3; Intramurals 1. 2. 3; "L'il Abner" 3; AFS 2. 
3; Senior Show 4: Clarion 2: Senior Prom 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Pep Rall\ Committee 1. 2. 3. 4. 





Barry Edwin Delano 

253 Sandwich Street 
"Barry" . . . reserved . . . to join the air force . . . 
hut thumbs down to Fords! . . . prizes his 327 
powered model I . . . Handsome. 





Anthony A. DeOliveira 
Fox Road. RFD 1 
"Tony" . . . "1 hem's the breaks.'.'" . . . talented 
. . . wants to travel and be a success in the business 
field . . . peeved by his "3rd" period class . . . 
prizes his license . . . happiness is owning his own 
car. 

Drama Club 1. 4: Track 2: French Club 1: Chorus 
I. 2. 3: Senior Show 4: Chess Club 1. 2: Intra- 
mural? ( tennis ) 2: Talent Show 4. 







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Kathyrn Ann Dern 

208 Summer Street 
"Kathy" . . . shy . . . "that's just about it!" . . . 
ambition . . . to go to business school . . . prizes 
her clothes . . . polite . . . dislikes insincere people 
. . . happiness is . . . having made it this far. 
Senior Show 4; Clarion 2. 



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Stephen Allen Dias 

4 Cherry Court 
"Joe D." . . . Athletic . . . plans on staying single 
and making money! . . . happiness is . . . taking 
care of business??? . . . cute . . . "W ell alright!" 
. . . prizes his hair . . . but not those girls that pull 
it. 

Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Track 2. 
4: Boys* Sports Club 2. 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 




John DiSciullo 

234 Pine "w as 
Car\er 
"Slob" . . . outspoken . . . wants to get into the 
field of Commercial Art and then to travel . . . 
"Oh Nice" . . . dislikes working . . . prizes a gold 
ring with a blue stone . . . happiness is loafing 
around with plenty of cash! 



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Timothy Peter Donelan 

10 Clyfton Street 
"Tim" . . . "un-be-liev-able" . . . would like to be 
healthy, wealthy, and wise!!! . . . comical . . . 
7th period with "Sarge" peeves him . . . prizes 
his class ring . . . happiness is winning a soccer 
game. 

Student Council 1, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; AFS 
1; Pilgrim Photographer 4; Senior Show 4; De- 
bate Club 2, 3, 4; Clarion 4; Latin Club 2; Stu- 
dent Government Day 1; NEDT Award 1; Varsity 
Club 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



Charles Dexter Donovan 

Warren Avenue 
"Chuck" . . . fun-loving . . . wants to go to col- 
lege . . . prizes those Golf Clubs . . . "Fore" . . . 
pet peeve . . . VW's that don't float????? . . . good 



Deborah May Douglas 

Halfway Pond 

Buzzards Bay 
"Debbie" . . . chic . . . "You're kidding me!!.' . . . 
wants to become a nurse . . . prizes her record 
player . . . but oh those people who criticize 
others!!! . . . happiness to her is contentment. 
Latin Club 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4. 



looking . 
Golf 1.2 



. happiness is . . . summer and L.M. 
3, 4; Soccer 3, 4. 





Dianne Florence Douglas 

Halfway Pond 

Buzzards Bav 
"Dee-dee" . . . really? . . . wants to be a private 
secretary quiet . . . dislikes phony people . . . 
happiness is . . . listening to country music . . . 
prizes her license. 

Badminton 1; Future Nursing Club 3: Pilgrim 
4: Drama Club t: Senior Show 4. 




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i^L Jean-Mar ie^Junla 
^ rJfeoAv Hill Ro; 
Intelligent . . . hopes°to be hap l 
serious?" . . . impulsive . . . dislikes 
staying home (why, Jean???) . . . prizes her li- 
cense . . . friendly . . . happiness is . . . walking on 
the beach. 

French Club 2; NEDT 1; Town Government 1; 
AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Honorary Rotarian 4; 
Heritage Day Representative 1; Marching Girls 
2. 3, Captain 4; Class Treasurer 1; Honor 
Society 3, 4; Girls' Sports Club 2; Field Hockey 
Manager 2: Talent Show 3; Senior Show 4. 

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Denise Ann Dupuis 

29 Stafford Street 
"Denise" . . . energetic . . . wants to be an elemen- 
tary school teacher . . . "Sure — think about it". . . 
happiness is a car . . . friendly . . . prizes L's N . . . 
is peeved by hassels and S.S. 

French Club 1; Pep Squad h Clarion 2; Intra- 
murals 3. 






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Julie Ann Dupuis 

23 Redford Road 
Manomet 
"Jul" ■ ■ ■ "If hat a bummer!!" . . . wants to be 
"Happily Married" . . . she's peeved by someone 
who doesn't act himself . . . prizes "Artie" and a 
certain someone's motorcycle . . . happiness is to 
be able to go back to California. 
Softball 3; Lit 2; AFS 2, 3; Chorus 1; [ntramurals 
2,3. 



M. -Limit Elliot 

Slate Road R.F.D. 121 A 
"Mel" . . . nice . . . "II ho are you talking about'/" 
()ou'll never know!) . . . wants to go into the 
field of nursing . . . friendly . . . prizes her li- 
cense; but not riding the bus to school. 
Enamel Club 1; Dance Committees 3: Junior 
Prom 3; Graduation Usher 3; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 3: Softball 3; Homeroom Treasurer 3. L 
Tennis I ntramurals 4: Future Nurse's Club 4: 
Pilgrim L Senior Show L 




Laila Fager 

Center Street 

North Carver 
"Laila" . . . winsome . . . wants to travel . . . 
N.N.S.B.B. . . . So, Now You Know!!! . . . happy 
when with Jerry . . . but peeled by the service . . . 
prizes A.C.E.B. 
Chorus 1; AFS 2: Lit 2. 




Denise R. Farrah 

86Cr\stal Lake Drive 
Car\er 
"Denny" . . . "don't get rowdy" . . . Friendly . . . 
ambition is to become a teacher . . . prizes her 
stereo and records and her car keys . . . happiness 
is driving a Ford. 

AFS 2. 3; Clarion 2: Dean's Council 3. 4: Guid- 
ance Aid 3. 4: Woman's Club 4: Senior Show 4. 





Claudia Jan Ezinicki 

Point Road 
Manomet 
"Miss Ezinicki" . . . scholarly . . . wants to live in 
California . . . peeved by having to wear cor- 
rective lenses . . . determined . . . prizes . . . 
privacy . . . thoughtful . . . happiness is . . . happi- 
ness. 

Clarion 2: Debate Club 1. 2: Dean's Council 2. 3. 
4: National Honor Societ) 3. 1: Future Teacher- 
Association 1. 2. 3. 




George Lewis Farwell 
4 Skylark Avenue 
"George" . . . independent . . . wants to get a job 
(?)... peeved by girls who are going steady . . . 
prizes his car . . . finds happiness being with 
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Alan Francis Fernandes 

131 Center St. 
Carver 
"Milhouse" . . . easy-going . . . "U ell all right!!" 
. . . plans to stay single . . . peeved by getting up on 
Monday mornings (U ho isn't) . . . carefree . . . 
often found down at the pool hall . . . happy when 
taking care of business?????? 
Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Cross Country 1. 2. 3. 4. 



Anna May Fernandez 

6 Caswell Lane 
"Anna" . . . stable . . . "Shoot it now!!!" . . . 
"You're a cold dude!!!" . . . petite . . ■ wants to 
travel with Franny . . . peeved by inquisitive peo- 
ple! Right Sue?? . . ■ prizes her baby brother 
Glenn . . . F.M.B. . . . happiness is being with 
Jocko. 

Bookstore 2; Future Nurses 2; Intramurals 1. 2: 
Marching Girls 2, 3; Talent Show 2. 3. 4i Chorus 
1: Pep Squad 1. 2: Senior Show 4. 




Donna Marie Fernandez 

6 Caswell Lane 
"Donna" . . . athletic . . . ivanls to play Associa- 
tion Hockey and travel . . . "I say, hey now!!" . . . 
peeved by a boy that thinks he's God's gift to 
women . . . prizes a picture of a certain someone 
. . . happiness is . . . winning and not losing a game 
. . . and . . . those nights down the Parish!!! ! ! 
(??????). 

Field Hockey 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: 
Softball 1. 2^ 3, 4: Girls" Sports Club 1, 2. 3. 4: 
Pep Squad 1. 2. 3. 4; Bookstore 2: Talent Show 
2, 3, 4; Concession Stand 3. 4. Chairman 3: 
Homeroom Rep. 3. 4; Dance Comm. 3. 4: Junior 
and Senior Prom Comm. 3. 4: Poster Comm. 4: 
Senior Show 4. 





Richard INowlin Files 
Manler's Point 
"Ric" . . . newcomer . . . "Oh Baby!" . . . wants to 
become a Wildlife Conservationist . . . peeved by 
working at Bert's Saturday nights . . . prizes his 
license . . . happiness is returning to Morwell. 
Baseball 3, 4: Senior Show 4; Intramurals 4. 



Leo Scott Fontaine 

30 Spooner Street 
"Leo" . . . peeved when out every Saturday night 
. . . "I don't think so" . . . wants to make it out of 
High School . . . prizes his license . . . happiness 
is being with someone special (who, Leo?) 




Paul James Fontaine 

6 Ksta Road 
RIM). #3 
"Paul" . . . S.E.M.S.B. I. H (?)... easygoing. . . 
wants to be a computer programmer . . . friendly 
. . . often says "Yup, it sure is" . . . peeved h\ 
working . . . prizes his license. 
Intramurals I. 3; Track 1, 1; Chorus I. 2, 3. 4: 
Football I: Krcucli (Jub 3; Plymouth Singers 3; 
Senior Show t. 



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Dolores Fontes 

I 1 Peck Ave. 
"Dolores" . . . B I ell-liked . . . hopes to become a 
hair dresser . . . "Really"? . . . talkative . . . 
prizes her diamond . . . happiness is Rusty . . . 
(can't wait for the summer, huh P.T.?) . . . 
friendly. 

Homeroom Rep. 3; Talent Show 3; Junior Prom 
Comm. 3; Pep Rail) Comm. 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Se- 
nior Prom Comm. 4; Senior Show 4. 




Jonathan Mariano Fontes 

16 Oak Ridge 
"John" . . . "Gel off my hack'' . . . everything 
peeves him . . . hut he prizes his license . . . "Hap- 
piness is my car". 




Robert Fortini 

18 Allerton Street 
"Rob" . . . wants to stay happy ... "7 didn't do 
it" (do what. RobY j . . . prizes his drums . . . 
happiness is no haircuts.' 
Chorus 1.2: Band 3. 4. 




Susan Marie Francis 

7 Centennial Street 
"Sue" . . . Dainty. . . "Ohya!" . . . dislikes people 
who make her wait . . . cute . . . prizes a picture 
(of who Sue?) . . . happiness is a certain someone. 





Richard Allan Franz 

Main Street 
Car\er 
"Goober" . . . plans to attend a four year college 
. . . mild . . . peeved by homework on weekends 
(aren't we all) . . . prizes his "62" Comet . . . 
Pleasant . . . happy when duck hunting. 

Soccer 3, 4; Intramurals I olleyball 3. 4. 



Janice May Freeman 

26 Whiting St. 
"Jan" . . . Shining . . . wants to find happiness . . . 
"Hmmm!" . . . prizes R.P. . . . genuine . . . peeved 
by C.C. . . . happy when with R.P. 
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William Fries III 

1 Russell Avenue 
"Wild Bill" . . . prankish . . . "I'll drink to 
thai!!!" . . . Service and Marriage are his plans 
. . . (not necessarily in that order) . . . happiness 
is that certain blonde: named Lynn . . . sincere . . . 
prizes "The Wild Bill Machine"!! . . . peeved by 
Dolores. 

Intramurals 1, 2; Senior Show 4: Homeroom 
Representative 1. 2. 3; Work Study 4. 




Claudia Marie Garvey 

Samoset Street 
"Claud!!" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . F.H.P. . . . 
"W hat did you say??" . . . wants to spend the 
summer in California (Right Leta?) . . . peeved 
when the I an won't start . . . prizes her sapphire 
ring . . . happiness is being with Bobby. 
AFS 2; Homeroom Represenlathe 2; Clarion 1. 
2; Pep Rally Committee 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Dance Committee 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; Pilgrim 
Staff 4; Intramurals 2, 3. 4; Homeroom Trea- 
surer 2. 3. 4; Concession Stand 4: Talent Show 4. 





Darryl Edmund Furtado 

207 Court Street 
"Daise" . . . self-contained . . . "Oh Baby!" . . . 
wants to be a Physical Education Teacher . . . 
talented . . . peeved by those Monday mornings 
. . . prizes "The Blue Bomber" . . . happiness is 
those weekend dates. 

Intramurals 3. 4; Baseball 3, '4; Basketball 4: 
Senior Show 4; Spanish Club 4: Pilgrim Staff 4; 
Varsitv Club 4. 



Mary Ellen Gallagher 

39 Royal Street 
"Mary" . . . good natured . . . "Really! !" . . . 
"You know!!!" . . . wants to be happy and a 
fashion retailer . . . sociable . . . peeved by not 
having anything to do . . . prizes all those animals 
and memories . . . she's happy when she's with 
Paul. 

Marching Girls 3. 4; Bookstore 2: Homeroom 
Representative 2; Pep Squad 1; AFS 1. 2; Senior 
Show 4; Latin Club 2; Lit 2: Operation Impact 4; 
Talent Show 3. 





Randall M. Gauley 

107 Setter Rd. 
"Randy" . . . new addition at P.C. . . . plans to go 
in the service . . . "You're kidding!" . . . prizes 
his license . . . friendly . . . happy with F.B. in 
Shop Class . . . found often in A bington Center. 



Steven Charles Gilbert 

57 Seven Hills Rd. 
"Steve" . . . relaxed . . . "If hat's up?" . . . wants 
to be rich . . . peeved by a certain dump truck . . . 
quiet . . . prizes his orange jeep . . . happiness is 
no homework on weekends!!!!! (I'll Say! ). 



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Dana Lawrence Goodwin 
Great South Pond 
"Dana" . . . quiet . . . wants to be a Commercial 
Airline Pilot . . . self-contained . . . peeved by thai 
"Orange ./up" . . . prizes his Private Pilot's Li- 
cense . . . happiness is flying. 
Baseball I: Band 1: Intramural-. 1, 2. 3, 4. 




Dennis Paul Govoni 

2off Cherry Court 
"Denny" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . "Why me?" . . 
wants to live the future . . . found around the 
Steps . . . peeved by alarm clocks . . . prizes . . . 
his life . . . happiness is . . . Summer Time???? 
Intramural* 1; Gymnastics 3: Track 3. 4; Fool- 
ball 4: Senior Show 4. 




Caryn Marie Govoni 

38 Dwighl Avenue 
"Caryn" . . . outgoing . . . "ff ho me?" . . . hop<-s 
to further her education . . . peeved by insincerity 
in people . . . prizes her family . . . happiness is 
living and the first snowstorm of winter! 
Co-editor of Pilgrim 4; Pilgrim 3. 4: AFS 2. 3. 
4; Future Teachers 1. 2. 3. 4: Debate Club 2. 3. 4: 
French Club 1. 2. 3. I: Marching Girls 2. 3. 4: 
Girls' Sports Club 1. 2; Basketball 1; Field 
Hockey 1: NEDT Certificate 1: lit 1.2. 3: Heri- 
tage Day I: National Honor Society 3. 4: Dance 
Band 3: Deans Council 1. 2. 3. 4: Talent Show 3: 
Senior Show 4: Graduation I sher 3; Homeroom 
Representative L; Class Song Committee 4: 
Honorary Kotarian I; Woman's Club 4; Govern- 
ment Da\ 1. 




Denise Marie Graham 

127 Court Street 
"Deni" . . . Sunny . . . "Can you dig it?" . . . wants 
to be a professional dancer . . . perky ■ ■ ■ peeved 
by a straight iveekend . . . prizes a red ruby ring 
from Duxbury . . . finds happiness at the "Barn 
(?) and with Jimmy. 

AFS 1. 2; Lit 1. 2: Pep Squad 1: Inlramurals 1. 
2, 3: Clarion 2. 3. 4: Talent Show 3: Senior 
Show 4. 

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Deborah Lynn Govoni 

Car\er Road 
"Debby" . . . "confident" . . . plans to attend a 
college for fashion . . . "frolicsome" . . . prizes 
the winter of '69 and the days of the White Rat 
. . . "spirited" . . . "sunny" . . . "It was so much 
fun!" . . . happiness is being with the kids. 
French Club 1. 2. 3: Marching Girls 2. 3: Senior 
Show: Bookstore 1. 2. 3. 4: Talent Show 3. 4: 
Clarion 1. 2: Lit 1. 2: Student Council 3. Secre- 
tary f: Graduation \rchbearer 3: Jr. Prom 
Comm. 3: NEDT Ward; Pilgrim 3. \: Basket- 
ball Concession Stand 3: Football Concession 
Stand 4: \^ omen's Club 4. 




Patrick Douglas Griffis 

Plymouth Motel. Rt. 44 
"Pat" . . . friendly . . . wants to be happy and live 
forever . . . "Self-praise is no praise" . . . prizes 
his I olkswagen G.T. . . . talkative . . . happiness 
is clean ears and that game at Avon . . . but not 
that bus ride home. 

Pilgrim Co-Editor 4: Soccer 3. 4: National Honor 
Society 4: National Merit Commended Student: 
Math Club 3: Inlramurals 3: Senior Show: Debate 
Club 3. 4: Chess Club 3. 4: NEDT Certificate 1. 



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Susan Dale Griswold 
365 Sandwich Road 
"Susan" . . . congenial . . . plans include college 
. . . happiness was July 13, 1968 (why, Susan?!?) 
... '7 don't know" . . . prizes a certain stuffed 
rabbit and her car . . . sweet . . . happy when get- 
ting those letters; but not late people (anyone in 
particular?!?) 

Leader Corps 1. 2. 3. 4; AFS 1. 2. 3, 4; Dean"s 
Council 1. 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2. 3, 4; March- 
ing Girls 2, 3. 4; Honor Society 4; Heritage Dav 
1; Go\ernment Day 1; Field Hockev 1; Basket- 
ball: Girls" Sports Club 1. 2: Lit 3: Talent Show 3; 
Pilgrim 3. 4: Future Teachers 3, 4: Senior 
Show 4. 




Paul William Hachey 

Sunrise Avenue 
"Paul" . . . plans a career in engineering . . . 
intelligent . . . "That's ridiculous" . . . peeved by 
stupid questions ( Hoic about third period? ) . . . 
prizes his license . . . M.G. makes him happy. 
Basketball 1; Football 1, 2. 3. 4: Golf 2, 3. 4; Se- 
nior Show 4: Talent Show 2. 4: Intramurals 2. 3. 
4; Homeroom Representative 1. 2: Operation 
Impact 4: Senior Prom 4; Town Meeting 1: Lan- 
guage Lab Assistant 1. 2. 





Margaret Mary Guertin 

15 Royal Street 
"Maggie" . . . quiet . . . wants to go to Art School 
. . . often says "GRUNT" . . . independent . . . 
peeved by hippies . . . happiness is a Black fig 
at a jam (??!!). 
Chess Club 1; Clarion Art Ed. 4. 



Linda Lee Haarala 
332 Popes Point Road 
West Carver 
"Linda" . . . reserved . . . found saying "I hale 
you" (that's catchy! ) . . . she wants to be a nurse 
but can not stand a certain neighbor . . . Linda's 
prize possession is her car . . . pleasant. 
Tutor I: \FS 2: Senior Show 4. 





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Kathleen Mary Haire 

Clifford Road 
"Kathy" . . . talkative . . . ambition . . . to be on 
Broadway . . . "1 can't stand that!" . . . fun to be 
with . . . prizes stuffed animals from D.C. . . . 
peeved by . . . her "Buddha" . . . witty . . . happi- 
ness is . . . the su-nmer of '69. 

Basketball 1; AFS 1; Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2. 
3; Sports Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2: Field Hockev 1. 2: Latin Club 2. 3: Junior 
Prom 3: Graduation Vrchbearer 3: Band 1. 2. 3. 
4; Senior Show 4: Operation "Impact" 4: 
Pilgrim 4: Cheerleader 3: Wildcat 4; Senior 
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Klta Louise Hamblin 

3'/2 Town Street 
"Ftta" . . . "You got that right!" . . . wants to be- 
come a nurse . . . quiet . . . prizes that baby 
sister . . . shy . . . peeved by being kept waiting 
(By whom, Etta'/) . . . happiness is a 63 Ford and 
Friday nights. 
Chorus 1, 2; Work Studv 4; Senior Show 4. 




Kenneth William Harju 

Box 1 1 4 
Car\er 
"Ken" . . . reserved . . . wants to go to technical 
school . . . peeved by leaking up in the morning 
. . . prizes that \ova S.S. . . . quiet . . . happiness 
is a full tank of gas and no school! 




Linda Ruth Harris 

30 Cherry Street 
"Stuplifying (Jones)" . . . "Shoot!" . . . talented 
. . . wants to become an airline hostess . . . peeved 
by getting up in the morning and by dumb ques- 
tions . . . she'll really prize that diploma . . . hap- 
piness is Luicfers with free drinks . . . ambitious. 
Danee Committee 1. 4; Senior Show 4; Drama 
Club 1, 3, 4; Clarion 1, 2, 3. 4: Lit 3; Talent Show 
3; Dean's Council 3. 4: Guidance Assistant 3, 4. 




W illiam Ralph Heres 
Point Rd. 
Manomet 




Paul Erland Harju 
Box366RFD#2 
Car\er 
"llarj" . . . reserved . . . ambitious . . . wants to 
make a million . . . mild . . . hates getting up in 
the morning . . . prizes his license . . . happiness 
is . . . no school. 




Ann Stevens Hertel 
23 Samoset Street 
"4nnie". . . quiet. . . "You must be drunk!" . . . 
Ann wants to be a nurse . . . peeved by a certain 
teacher . . . prizes a certain Navy guy and Prov- 
incetown . . . happiness will be graduation from 
\ursing School . . . content . . . happy. 
Pep Squad 1. 2: Chorus 2. 3. 4: AFS 2. 3: Future 
Nurses Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Junior \ olunteer 2. 3: Se- 
nior Show 4. 



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John P. Hinckley 

7 Robinson Street 
"Hink" . . . content "Alright! now ya know" . . . 
ambition is to graduate . . . here, here! . . . peeved 
by nothing to do . . . W'hen's that? . . . prizes his 
bottle (of what?) . . . happiness found at weekend 
parties. 
Basketball 1. 



Charles Dennison Hodgkins 

111 Warren Avenue 
"Charlie" . . . friendly . . . "Hey Boy" . . . hopes 
to get caught up on his homework . . . prizes his 
motorcycle . . . happiness is being happy (O.K!) 
. . . peeved by Monday mornings (I agree! ). 



Bruce Stuart Holmes 

12 Brookside Ave. 
"Grubby" . . . to seek immortality . . . prizes his 
LP's but not Period 1 gym class (wonder why?). 
Band 1.2.3. 






Portia Heather Holmes 

Billington Street 
"Porshe" . . . "How are ya?" . . . wants to be a 
secretary . . . but can't stand snobs . . . content 
. . . prizes Greg's oriental statue on the dresser . . . 
happiness is Greg . . . quiet. 

Chorus 1. 2; Department Secretaries 4; Senior 
Show 4. 



Fred Michael Horton 

High Street 
North Carver 
"Freddie" . . . ambition to be a cook . . . "Hang it 
up" . . . peeved by the Vietnam If ar . . . prizes 
that license . . . happiness is being with Y.D. . . . 
who?? . . . "quiet". 
Library 1,2, 3,4; AFS 1,2. 



Deborah Jean Houser 

Box 228 Wareham Street 
South Carver 
"Deb" . . . flirtatious . . . found saying F.H.P.H! 
. . . "You're young, you'll get over it!" . . . wants 
to go to California . . . but really hates people 
who are always late . . . prizes her license . . . hap- 
piness is being with that certain someone ... (?). 
Lit 2; Senior Show 4. 



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Mary Ellen Houser 

Box 228 Wareham Street 
South Carver 
"Mar" . . . pretty . . . found saying "Sad?" I'.H.P. 
. . . Mary's ambition is to get married . . . peeved 
by two-faced people . . . prizes a certain pearl 
ring . . . from who?? . . . happiness is being wihl a 
certain someone . . . flirtatious. 
Tennis 1: Senior Show 4. 





Linda Ruth Jeddry 

56 Spooner Street 
"Linda" . . . talkative . . . Really??!! . . . Linda 
wants to be happy some day . . . with whom? . . . 
peeved by those fights with Paul . . . prizes a 
certain ring . . . happiness is just being with Paul 
. . . lively. 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3; Senior Show 4. 



Nancy Lynn Hunter 
34 Summer Street 
"A'ance". . . clever . . . prizes her books . . . "How 
can I get out oj this class ?! "... peeved by phony 
people . . . active . . . happiness is being free. 
Tennis 3, 4: Volleyball 3, i: Clarion Editor 4: 
Pilgrim Staff Editor 4. 




Beth Jordan 

Center Street 
Carver 
"Beth" . . . "Oh, Brother!" . . . nice . . . hopes to 
gel married . . . and . . . be happy . . . prizes . . . 
her diamond and Ron . . . "the jeep" peeves her 
. . . happiness is Ronnie T. 

Majorettes 1, 2. 3; Pep Squad 1. 2. 3: Homeroom 
Representative 1. 2. 3. 4: Arehbearer 3: Conces- 
sion Stand 4; Office Assistant 3. 4: Senior Show 
4: Talent Show 4. 




Carl Marshall Jayko 
Clifford Road 
"C.J." . . . ambitious . . . organized . . . to be an 
Lli< Ironies Engineer . . . "Take care of yourself" 
. . . intelligent . . . peeved by shy. quiet girls . . . 
prizes sincere friends . . . happiness is being free. 
Soccer 4: Drama Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Band I; A-\ 
Staff 1. 2: Talent Show 2. 3: National Honor 
Societv I: Math Club 3. 1: Student Government 
Representative 1: Senior Show 2. 4: Independent 
Research 4. 




Denise Marie Kegler 

14 How land Street 
"Den" . . . pretty . . . "I don't think so" . . . 
D.L.S.F. . . . Den wants to be happy in life . . . but 
is peeved by a certain Junior Boy (hmmmm. icho 
could that be??) . . . prizes her memories . . . 
those weekends make her happy . . . stylish. 
Decal Committee 3: Class Representative 2. 3. 4: 
Intramurals 1: Pep Squad 1: Senior Show 4: 
Talent Show 3; Prom Committee 3. 4: Concession 
Stand 4; Clarion 4. 



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Jan Eric Knight 

Carver Road 
Plymouth 

j an" . . . wants . . . to discover America . . . 
"quiet" . . . prizes his freedom . . . a 3 day week- 
end makes him happy . . . filling out senior 
statistics peeves him . . . found in North 
Plymouth. 
Football 1: lntramurals 2; Work Studv 3, 4. 





William Lapworth 

49 Union Street 
"Lap" . . . easygoing . . . "Thought ya knew that!" 
■ ■ . Lap's ambition is to be an admiral . . . good- 
natured . . . peeved by coaches . . . prizes basket- 
ball . . . happiness is not being on the same team 
with Rose . . . (how come Lap?) 
Traek 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 4; Intramural 
Basketball 1; Softball 1; Vollevball 1. 




Karen Diane Kramer 

15 Overlook Road 
"Karen" . . . determined . . . "W hat is wrong with 
you, Mish-Mash?" . . . Stylish . . . to live and have 
fun! . . . original . . . peeved by tri-R..i.S. and 
The Tent . . . prizes good times with the kids . . . 
happiness is being with the Mental Midgets! 
Drama Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Lit 1. 2. 3; Clarion 1. 2. 3; 
Pilgrim Art Editor 4; Senior Show 4: Graduation 
Usher 1; Gymnastic lntramurals 2. 3. 4. 



Kerry Robert Lahey 

47 Russell Street 
Plv mouth 
"Kerry" . . . "(T hatever turns you on" . . . intel- 
ligent . . . prizes . . . his license ... is happy . . . 
eating tomatoes . . . hopes . . . to be happy and suc- 
ceed at college . . . Fat Albert peeves him. 
Debate Club 1; Heritage Day Rep. 1; Student 
Government Day 1; AFS 2; Chess Club I. 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1. 4: Latin Club 3. 4; Leader Corps 
4; Honorary Rotarian 4: NEDT Award 1: Senior 
Show 4. 





Francis Joseph Latosek 

Off Stafford Street 
"Fran" . . . athletic . . . "You dumb Buffa!" . . . 
To find the endless summer with a certain some- 
one . . ■ friendly . . . happy with J. P. (who's that 
Fran'/) . . . prizes Polish Pumpernickel . . . pe- 
eved when running out of "Bud"!! 
Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1: Baseball 1, 2. 3. 
4; Hockev 3, 4: Talent Show 2, 3; Homeroom 
Representative 2. 3; Senior Show 4; Varsity Club 
2, 3. 4; Student Council President 4; Pilgrim 4. 



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Deborah Anne Laughlin 

75 Roger Street 
Carver 

"Deb". . . stylish . . . looking forward to getting 
married . . . prizes her friendship ring . . . (from 
whom'/!) . . . peeved by wailing . . . Debby is 
happy whenever she's with Peter, whenever pos- 
sible. 






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Joseph Anthony Leandro, Jr. 

52 Cordage Terrace 
"Jojo" . . . easygoing . . . wants to be Emperor (of 
what Jo?) . . . "E.S." . . . peeved by Miss Tuite's 
outrageous demands on gum chewers . . . athletic 
. . . prizes his bed . . . happiness is being ambassa- 
dor of 211. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Var ty Club 2. 3. 4: Inlra- 
murals 2: Track 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Spanish 
Club 4; Homeroom Representative 3, 4. 




James Harold Leonardi 

49 Ober\ Street 
"Jello" . . . wants to make a million (doesn't 
everybody??) . . . "O.D." . . . peeved by the 7:55 
bell . . . happiness is Bermuda . . . prizes his life. 




Donna May Lewis 

23 Fremont Street 
"Donna" . . . ivants to be successful . . . peeved by 
waking up . . . prizes Sascha . . . happiness is be- 
ing with L.M. (ft ' ho's that, Donna??) . . . friend- 
ly- 

Talent Show 3; Latin Club; Senior Show 4: Intra- 
murals 2. 




Vivian Denise Lima 

22 Grand View Dri\e 
"Mishmash" . . . ivants to live and have fun . . . 
"ready to go" . . . "what a bummer" . . . peeved 
by clean up at W izard's parties . . . prizes Carol's 
crashers . . . happiness is being with the Mental 
Midgets. 




Paula Frances Lenzi 
54 Spooner St. 
"Pilla" . . . peeved by rude tourists and slow 
drivers . . . "How should I know?" . . . prizes her 
cat . . . plans to attend college and then travel to 
Europe . . . happiness is an endless summer . . . 
ambitious. 

[ntramurals 1. 2. 3: Bookstore 2: French Club 1. 
2. 3. 1: Latin Club 2. 3. 4: Math Club 1. 2: Leader 
Corps 2. 3. 4: Dean's Council 3. 4: Clarion 4: 
Pilgrim Business Staff 4: Pilgrim Curriculum + 
Co-curriculum: ^ omen's Club 4: Honorars Ro- 
tarian 4: Senior Song Committee 4: Senior Show 
4: Future Teachers 3. 4: Tutoring: Drher Educa- 
tion 3. 




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Linda Elizabeth Lindros 

Fosdick Road 
Carver 
"Linda" . . . spirited . . . "That's life" . . . to be- 
come an Art Teacher . . . dislikes know-it-all peo- 
ple . . . prizes her '60 Comet . . . of course . . . 
happiness is 700-930 and 700-1230. 
Tennis 3. 4: Tennis [ntramurals 2. 3. 4: Pilgrim 
4: Senior Show 4: Future Teachers Club 3. 4: 
Vice president 4: Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 



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Nancy Ellen Lindros 

17 Sever Street 
"Nanc's" . . . Oh no!!! . . . ambition is to be an 
airline hostess . . . reserved . . . peeves pit . . . 
prizes Danny . . . happiness is a Baby Blue Mach 
I. 



Ann Leslie Livingstone 

10 Pleasant Street 
"Ann" . . . friendly . . . "Oh forget it" . . . wants 
to be a successful designer . . . prizes a yellow 
lion (Why, Ann?) . . . but not looking like L.F. 
. . . happiness is John. 

Department Secretary 4; Driver Ed. 3; Bad- 
minton Intramurals 3, 4. 



Adele Marie Longhi 

259 Standish Avenue 
"Dell" . . . outdoorsy . . . wants to work with 
horses . . . Dell's happiness is horseback riding 
. . . but not animal haters . . . "Oh Brother" . . . 
prizes her dog "Jet" . . . quiet. 
Intramurals 1, 2: French Club 1. 2: Drher Ed. 3. 








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Sanford D. Lopes 

7 South Street 
"Chucky" . . . friendly . . . "Man, you're daffy" 
. . . peeved by having people hitting and pushing 
him . . . prizes his Afro . . . ambition — staying 
single and going into service . . . happiness is tak- 
ing care of business . . . (what business?). 
Football 4; Senior Show 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4. 



Shirley Anne Lopes 

155 Water Street 

"Shirl" . . . wants to get her own apartment . . . 

independent . . . prizes her great grandmother's 

ring . . . peeved by nagging adults . . . happiness 

■ Graduation . . . quiet. 

olley ball 1; Pep Squad 1. 



Eugene Matthew Lydon 

166 Winslow \\enue 
Manomet 
"Gene" . . . rascally . . . plans to play hockey . . . 
then work for Vncle Sam . . . prizes those Bawn 
Supremes . . . athletic . . . peeved by . . . "going to 
work when I'm on work study" . . . "Stuffit will 
ya!" . . . hapiness is getting to school on time and 
not listening to Mr. C. . ■ ■ mischievous. 
Hockey I. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 3. 4: 
Senior Show 4. 



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Daniel R. Maccaferri 
.54 Olmstead Terrace 
"Mac" . . . good-natured . . . Hey Babe! . . . wants 
lo be a professional drummer . . . talented . . . 
Plymouth really peeves him . . . prizes his car and 
drums . . . happiness is being with M.R.? 
Hand 1: Track 2. 3. 4: Intramurals 2. 3. 1: 
Weightlif ling 1; Gym Show 2: Senior Show 2. .'5. 





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Laureli Anne [Ylackenney 
231 Summer Street 
"Laurie" . . . Hah? . . . talkative . . . to be a suc- 
cess in the business career . . . prizes I ic . . . of 
course . . . peeved by "so called friends" — (but 
not Tootsie) . . . happiness is being uith I ic. 
Departmental Secretary I. 




David Edward Mahoney 

167 Seaview Drive 
Manomel 

"Dave" . . . "our P.C. weather observer" . . . quiet 
. . . prizes his V.W. . . . That's Life! . . . easygoing 
. . . happiness is being with Kathy . . . peeved by 
rainy days. 
P.C. Weather Observer 1. 2. 3. 4. 




John Wayne Maki 
\^ enham Street 
Carver 
"John" . . . solitary . . . ambition is to become a 
Minister . . . peeved by gabby study hall teachers 
. . . quiet . . . prizes his Bible . . . John's happiness 
is 2:26 P.M. (wonder why?). 
Chorus 3. 4. 



Paula J. MacRae 

Rocky Hill Road 
Manomet 
"Paula" . . . loquacious . . . "Hey Baby!" . . . 
prizes M.B. . . . crazy . . . happiness is: being with 
her man! . . . cold raviolis peeve her . . . hopes lo 
be: Happy. Healthy and Intelligent. 
Graduation Usherette 3 Latin Club 3 Band 1 
Geological Society 1. 




Mary Maloney 
15 Skylark Avenue 
"Mary" . . . pretty . . . new addition to P.C. . . . 
wants to become a hairdresser . . . I don't believe 
it!!! . . . prizes Richie . . . happiness is (zzzz) 
sleeping in the mornings . . . can be found with 
Richie . . . but peeved by while socks!? 



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Donald Peter Malln/i 
68 Summer Street 



"Jose' 



"Sav Cool' 



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ular 



to spend a 



Edmund Robert IVIanfredi 
5 Gould Road 
"Snooky" . . . masculine . . . "Oh. yea!" . . 
prizes a 55 Chevy . . . wants to go into drafting . . 
"That's hip" . . . peeved by a 55 Chevy . . . hap 
piness is a 55 Chevy?!? 

Intramurals 1; Volleyball 2; Senior Show 4; Worl 
Study 3. 4. 



whole summer with L.W. . . . peeved by a differ- 
ence of 450 miles . . . talented . . . happiness is 
more friends like Pete K. . . . prizes "Mama" and 
his Captains Star . . . happy when he's with L.fl . 
. . . "Yessa" . . . (that's our Don!) 
Homeroom Representative 1, 2. 3. 4; Intramurals 
1. 2. 3, 4: Talent Show 2, 3; Golf 2. 3: Soccer 3: 
Co-Captain 4; Track 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4: Pilgrim — Art Editor 4. 





Richard Peter McLea 

15 Skvlark Avenue 



Thomas McQuire 

Manomet Beach Blvd. 
Manomet 
"Tom" . . . devilish . . . "you're never gonna be- 
lieve this!" . . . wants to go to Wentworlh . . . 
peeved because School starts early . . . prizes an 
excusable pass and a "61 " Pontine . . . found 
happy with P.G. 
Work Studv 4. 




Daniel Patrick May 

48 Castle Street 
Plymouth 
"Danny" . . . athletic . . . "I^et's go!" . . . intelli- 
gent . . . hopes to attend college . . . getting up 
early (for anything) . . . peeves him . . . prizes 
. . . his weights . . . happiness . . . having no prob- 
lems at all. 

Football 1. 2. 3. (co-captain) 4: Track 1, 2. 3. 4: 
Intramural Softball 2: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 1. 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 4: Pilgrim Sports 
Kditor 4: Senior Show 4. 




Wendy Lynn McNeill 
18 V\ biting Street 
"It endy" . . . "feminine" . . . wants to go to col- 
lege and to be happy . . . "Really?" . . ■ "flirty" 
. . . prizes her pearls . . . peeved by lonely days . . . 
"smiling" . . . hapiness is having "fun". 
Women's Club 1: Marching (/iris 1: Prom Com- 
mittee 1: Senior Show: Latin Club President 2: 
Pep Squad 1. 2: Library Assistant 3: Graduation 
I sherette 3: Bookstore 1. 1: Assistant Manager 
2. Manager 3: Talent Show 3: Tutor 2: Heritage 
Dav Rep. I; AI'S 1. 2. Secretary 3. Treasurer 1: 
future Teachers I. 2. 3. 1. 



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Louise Clough Meyer 
Jordan Road 
"Leelie" . . . good-natured . . . hopes to go to col- 
lege . . . stylish . . . peeved by Chuck's delightful 
moods and W eezie's stipulations . . . genuine . . , 
prizes her skis . . . likable . . . happiness is Sept- 
ember?, 1963. 
Field Hockey 1. 3. 4: Tennis 2. 3, 4. 




Gene T. Monteiro 
R.F.D. #3 West Street 
"Monty" . . . friendly . . . wants to attend business 
school . . . "Man, you just ain't right" . . . prizes 
. . . his little green bug . . . peeved by . . . conceited 
people . . . happiness is . . . D.C.B. ona Saturday 
night. 

Football 1; Track 2. 3; Football 2. 3; Volleyball 
1, 2. 3; Gvm Show 2: Senior Show 4. 




Cecilia M. Miller 

Earle Road P.O. Box 58 
Vlanomet 

"Ce Ce" . . . plans to be happy and be an airline 
stewardess . . . talkative . . . friendly . . . peeved 
by people using guns . . . prizes an orange and 
black snake . . . good-natured . . . happiness is go- 
ing with J.C. . . . "Don't do anything I wouldn't 
do!" 

Chorus 2. 3; Spanish Club (president) 1. 2: AFS 
2. 3; leather Staff 3: Homeroom Representati\e 
1, 2, 3: Wildcat 4: Senior Show: Concession Stand 
4. 




Jeanette Meda Monti 

38 Cordage Terrace 
"Jeanettey" . . . impulsive . . . unique . . . often 
heard saying "I ery Strange" . . . wants to have a 
good time . . . peeved by Sue's back seat driving 
. . . prizes Snoops . . . happiness is July 31. I960. 
Clarion 1. 2; Lit 1. 2; Bookstore 3: Tutor 2 
Homeroom Representati\e 3: French Club 1. 2 
Pep Squad L; Prom Committee 3. 4: Intramural' 
3; Roman's Club 4; Senior Show 4: Talent Show 
3: \\ tldcat 4. 




Carlos Manuel Miranda 

10 Stand ish Court 
"Carlos" . . . talkative . . . his ambition is to grad- 
uate . . . happiness is winning a soccer game . . . 
friendly . . . prizes his book collection . . . "Yas- 
sah!". 

[ntramurals 1. 2. 3. I: National Honor Societ\ 3. 
4: Debate Team 3. 4: Soccer 3. 4: Varsity Club 
3. 4. 




Nancy Carol Moon 
River Street 
"Tootsie" . . . petite . . . future elementary teacher 
. . . "W ell. I'll tell ya" . . . sweet . . . prizes . . . her 
scrapbook . . . "tchoo!" . . . peeved by leasers . . . 
happiness is . . . walking on the beach. 
Intramurals 2: Future Teachers 3. 4: French Club 
3. 4: Pilgrim Staff 4: Senior Show 4: Senior Song 
Committee 4: \^ Oman's Club 4. 



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Janet Louise Murphy 

52 Winding Way 
"Jan" . . . reserved . . . plans to be a dietician . . . 
peeved by unfairness . . . prizes friendship . . . 
calm . . . "So". . . happiness is skiing at Park City. 
Future Teachers 2; Dean's Council 2. 3. 4: Future 
Nurses 2. 



Karen Ann Murphy 

85 Quaker Road 
Manomet 
"Karen" . . . reserved . . . future elementary 
teacher . . . "If hat the heck" . . . prizes . . . class 
ring . . . peeved by . . . snobbish people . . . happi- 
ness is . . . being with R.H. 

Future Teachers 3, 4; French Club 4; Senior 
Show 4; Senior Song Committee 4. 



George N. Neil 
391 Court St. Rear 

"Skip" . . . "I don't believe that" . . . Happy-go- 
lucky . . . hopes to be healthy, wealthy, and very 
happy . . . (who doesn't?) . . . peeved by being dry 
on Friday nights . . . prizes his license. 
Chorus 2: Senior Show 4: Work Studv 3. 4. 







Mark A. Newby 

Warren Avenue 
"Hey Newb!" . . . happy . . . ambition is to live . . . 
peeved by those Chiltonville parties ??? . . . easy- 
going . . . prizes his Skylark . . . happiness is being 
in the mood . . . For what, Mark? 
Baseball 1; Intramurals 4; Senior Show; Spanish 
Club 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Bookstore 4. 



George Howland INewcomb 

38 Russell Street 
"George" . . . talented . . . ambition . . . to climb 



John Ames Nickerson 
River Street 
"Jay" . . . easygoing . . . wants to be somebody . . . 
"IP hat's up?" . . . prizes his shotguns . . . "oul- 
doorsey" . . . peeved by Fords . . . but is happy on 
Friday nights and with M.B. 



. . his harp . . . "How 
impurity . . . happiness 



a mountain . . . prizes 

much?" . . . peeved by . 

is . . . paying your dues. 

Chess Club 1, 2, 3. 4; (Sec-Treas. 2. 3: V.P. 4); 

Debate Club (Treas. 2; V.P. 3); FTA 3; Soccer 3; 

Latin Club 4; Clarion 4; Senior Show 4; Drama 

Club 4; Operation Impact 4. 



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Laurie Jane INicolas 
Vt ood\ale Avenue 
"Laurie" . . . cheerful . . . wants to be happy . . . 
"I'm sorry!" . . . prizes those memories and June 
29, 1969 (ft ' hy, Laurie?!?) . . . happiness is the 
future and feeding ducks . . . peeved by period 2. 
NEDT Cerlifieate I; Student Government Day 1: 
Dance Band 3; French Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
I. 2: Field Hockey 1, 2; National Honor Society 
4; Senior Show 4; Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Deans 
Council 1. 2. 3. 4; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 3. 4; Business Manager Pilgrim 4: Band 
1. 2. 3: Rotary 4: Woman's Club 4; AFS 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Debate Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Talent Show 3. 




Frank Thomas Nye 

Fosdick Road 

Carver 

"Rev" . . ■ quiet . . . "Keep the Faith" . . . peeved 

by room 210 and math . . . happiness is being in 

9th period study. 




Walter Ronald Ohannessian 

Manomet Avenue 
Manomet 
"Ronny" . . . wants to become an engineer . . . 
"Oh, yeah!" . . . reserved . . . prizes . . . his car. . . . 
dislikes . . . working . . . happiness is . . . being 
with Kim (naturally). 

Chess Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Football 1. 2; 
Drama Club 4. 




Richard M. Oliveira 

9 Saverys Lane 
"Puma" . . . friendly . . . wants to be W orld's most 
(amour barber . . . "Doof Da Da Doof Doof Doof 
Doof" . . . (what?! ) . . . Witty . . . prizes his li- 
cense . . . but peeved by . . . having no car . . . hap- 
piness is . . . playing his guitar. 
Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Class Representative 1. 2; Drama 
Club 3. 4; Talent Show 3. 4; Senior Show 4. 




Ralph Arthur Oehme 
River Street 
"Krazy (Oehme)" . . .fun-loving . . . ambition . . . 
to have and to have done everything he wants . . . 
energenic . . . prizes . . . his shotgun and dog . . . 
peeved by . . . being considered Highway Menace 
. . . happiness is . . . hunting. 

Baseball 1. 2. 3. L [ntramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Home- 
room Representative 2. 3. 4: Talent Show 2. 3. 4: 
Senior Show I: Homeroom Treasurer 1. 2. 3. 4: 
Hockev 3. 4. 




Charles Orzechowski 

High Street 
North Carver 
"Chuck" . . . "Doof is a doof!" . . . wants to go to a 
Data Processing school . . . peeved by Monday 
mornings . . . prizes a 64 Pontine . . . happiness 
will be graduation I Naturally! ). 
Band 1.2.3.4. 



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Christopher Otto 

8 Centennial Street 



Stephen Paul Ottani 
5 Russell Avenue 
"Steve" . . . "spirited" . . . plans to go to college 
. . . "ffhat's up?" . . . prizes his membership to 
Buffa's Bargain Basement . . . but is peeved by 
getting kicked off twice . . . "prankish" . . . happi- 
ness is Frank's cottage. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 3; 
Senior Show; Talent Show 2. 3; Varsity Club. 





Stephen Mark Pereira 

11 Pierce Avenue 
"Sketch" . . . intelligent . . . wants to be successful 
. . . and have a happy family . . . "How's it go- 
ing?" . . . prizes . . . his scooter . . . peeved by .". . 
leasing . . . talkative . . . happiness is . . . being 
with D.D. (of course). 

Debate Club 1; Track 1; Band 1, 2; Lab Assistant 
2, 3; Soccer 3; Intramurals 3; Math Club 3, 4; 
Alternate for Boys' State 3; Drama Club 4; Honor 
Society 4; Senior Show 4; Steering Committee- 
"Operation Impact" 4. 



Albino Anthony Perry 

Rochester Road 
South Carver 
"Buddy" . . . wants to go to college . . . "Is that 
right" . . . prizes . . . 48 Chev . . . peeved by . . . 
conceited people . . . happiness is . . . playing bas- 
ketball. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2; Band 1, 2, 3; 
Varsitv Club 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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Paul Edward Palavanchi 

Plymouth Rock Terrace 
Plymouth 
"Pal" . . . athletic . . . prizes . . . football . . . "Hey 
now, Hey now" . . . peeved by . . . getting up in the 
morning . . . happiness is . . . playing football. 
Football 1, 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 3, 4. 




Roger Anthony Perry 

10 Washington Street 
"Roger Dodger" . . . class president . . . to be suc- 
cessful . . . suave ... a lousy Saturday night 
peeves him . . . why?? . . . "Just Cool /("... prizes 
his license and his sideburns . . . freaky music 
makes him happy. 

Class President 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1, 2.3. 
4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 2; Senior Show 4; Talent Show 2, 3; Prom 
Chairman 3, 4; Basketball Concessions 3; Dance 
Committee 1. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3. 4; Gradua- 
tion Usher 2, 3: Prom Usher 2; Pilgrim 4; Pep 
Rallv Committee 1,2.3,4. 



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Elaine Ann Piirala 

Rocky Hill Road 
"Oh, my heart!" . . . plans a future in medical 
technology . . . refined . . . happiness is seeing old 
friends . . . peeved by people who think they're 
great. 

Chorus 1, 2; AFS 3; Future Nurses 1. 2; Latin 
Club 1. 2; Pilgrim 4; Marching Girls 4; Women's 
Club Representative 4; Senior Show 4. 




Alan John Pimental 
Carver Road 
"Al" . . . witty . . . ambition . . . to be a profession- 
al bum . . . "(f hat do ya say?" . . . prizes his 54 
Chevy . . . peeved by . . . homework (who isn't) 
. . . happiness is . . . being first out of the parking 
lot. 

Spanish Club 1; Tennis 1, 2; Geological Societv 
1, 2, 4; Debate Club 2: Clarion 2: Intramurals 
2.4. 





Deborah Mae Pimental 

Tremont Street 
"Deb" . . . "Certainly most is groovy-love." . . . 
plans include marriage and college (in that order. 
Deb?) . . . peeved by L. Y.M. T. T. Y. L. T. T.I. W. T. 
(what's that?) . . . prizes that diamond ring and 
her 6 foot rabbit . . . happiness is Skip home for 
good. 
Chorus 1,2. 3.4: AFS 1.2. 



Khristine Marie Pimental 

30 South Street 
"Khris" . . . energetic . . . "Really?" . . . wants to 
teach P.E. . . . peeved by sagging nylons . . . prizes 
her license . . . athletic . . . happiness is WIN — 
NING. 

Field Hockev 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: 
Softball 1, 2, 3. 4; Sports Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Pep 
Squad 1; Sports Staff 3, 4; Pilgrim 3, 4. 




Theodore Joseph Pina 

Tremont Street RFD #3 
Carver 
"Teddy" . . . ambition to be a mechanic and a 
truck driver . . . prizes playing basketball . . . 
"Well all right, let's shoot it!" (huh?) . . . peeved 
by getting up in the morning . . . "Friendly" . . . 
happiness is his Afro and being with W.S.W. 
Football 2, 3: Basketball 1. 4: Talent Show 3: 
Homeroom Representative 1. 2. 3. 4; Intramu- 
rals 1, 2, 3. 4. 

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Bruce Wayne Pratt 

14 Washington Street 
"Bruce" . . . "Don't worry about it" . . . ambitious 
. . . future disc jockey . . . peeved by snobby peo- 
ple and the cliques . . . witty . . . prizes those Elvis 
Albums . . . finds happiness while listening to rec- 
ords. 

Math Club 1: Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 
3: Bookstore 2: AFS 1: Senior Prom 4: Senior 
Show 4: Talent Show 3. 4: Football Concession 4. 



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Dennis J. Pratt 

18 Alden Street 
"Dennis" . . . quiet . . . prizes a "63" Merc . . . 
"What's up?" . . . peeved by lousy bowling . . . 
happiness is going out with girls . . . wants to grad- 
uate. 
Intramurals: Softball, Volleyball. 



Judith Marie Pretti 

11 '/2 Alden Street 
Plymouth 
"Judi" . . . wants to be a hairdresser . . . "Groovy" 
. . . peeved by not being with M.E. . . . secure . . . 
prizes that certain high school ring and gold 
watch . . . happy with Mark . . . and G.T.O.'s . . . 
Duxbury is happiness . . . why Judi'/ 
Pep Squad 1; Cafeteria Assistant 1. 2. 



Karen Quillin 

169 Billington Street 
Plymouth 
"Karen" . . . dainty . . . wants to go back to Cal- 
ifornia . . . peeved by sports cars and boys with 
short hair . . . stylish . . . prizes that certain picture 
. . . happiness is being with J.S. . . . and having 
nothing to worry about . . . "That's really great!" 
Vollevball 1, 2; Badminton 2. 






Eileen Rand 

298 State Road 
Manomet 
"Chooch" . . . Sweet . . . prizes "Sugar Bear" 
(Who could that be?) . . . wants to graduate . . . 
peeved by her car . . . happiness is being with the 
mental midgets . . . gymnastically inclined. 
Field Hockey 1,2,3. 



Royal Chester Randall III 

20 !/2 Nelson Street 
Plymouth 
"Randy" . . . likable . . . "Yah!" . . . happiness is 
having someone to talk to . . . pet peeve . . . having 
to shave before school . . . well dressed . ■ . prizes 
his license . . . wants to see the world. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2; Senior Show 
4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; 
Homeroom Respresentative 1, 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 
3, 4; Concession Stand 4. 



Scott Francis Rapose 
32 Dias Road 
"Scott" . . . intelligent . . . "!\ope" . . . wants to 
major in Math . . . dislikes getting up early . . . 
prizes his T.V. . . . happiness is peace and quiet 
. . . shy. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4. 



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'•Rip" . . 
served . . 
mustang 



Dennis Francis Rapoza 

RFD #3 Samoset Street 
Plymouth 
quiet . . . wants to see the states . . . re- 
. peeved by going to work . . . prizes his 
. . composed . . . happiness ... is driv- 




ing aruound on a sunny day with friends. 




Wesley Peter Rasmussen 
Tower Road RFD 
"(Fes" . . . "I'm not always right, but I'm never 
wrong!" . . . plans to go to Denmark . . . "intelli- 
gent" . . . peeved by cliquish people or groups . . . 
"ambitious" . . . prizes that ten speed Schwinn 
bike . . . happiness is the absence of school. 
Debate 1. 2. 3. 4; French Club 1: Chorus 1; Chess 
Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Clarion Editor 3: Lit Staff 3. 4: 
L'il Abner 3: Heritage Day Guide 1; Operation 
'"Impact" Committee Chairman 4: National Merit 
Letter of Commendation 4: Senior Show VS riting 
Committee 4; Senior Show 4: National Honor 
Society 3, 4i Library Staff 3. 4; Football Conces- 
sion Stand 4; Mock Town Meeting 1; Debate Club 
Treasurer 1. 



Frank Chester Richmond 
83 Newfield Street 
"Baldy" . . . Masculine . . . to be a photographer 
(of what!?! ) . . . prizes his 65 Plymouth . . . peev- 
ed by moody girts . . . flirtatious . . . Frank's hap- 
py when with people you like and like you! . . . 
"I guess YES!" 
Football 1; Basketball 2. 




Gary Donald Richmond 
Beaver Dam Road 
Manomet 
"Richie" . . . independent . . . "Do your thing" . . . 
plans to be happy . . . quiet . . . prizes his license 
. . . not going to school makes him happy. 
Football 1, 2. 



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Brenda Mae Raymond 

Vt hite Horse Beach 
Manomet 
"Bren" . . . "cute" . . . F.R. peeves her . . . loves 
those long xceekends . . . "No!" . . . "sweet" . . . 
Hants to travel and marry a millionaire . . . prizes 
. . . true friends and a certain collection! ! ! 




Elizabeth Ann Robichaud 

Indian A\enue 
Manomet 
"Beth" . . . quiet . . . "ft hat's to eat??" . . . 
icants . . . to be . . . a Respiratory Technician . . . 
sweet . . . prizes . . . her teddy bear . . . happiness 
is letters from Florida (From whom. Beth??) 
French Club 1. 2: Intramurals 1. 2; Gymnastic 
Show 2; Semsba 2. 3. 4: Talent Show 3: Gradua- 
tion Archbearer 3: Latin Club 3: Future Nurses 3: 
Band 4: Student Council 1. 2. 4: Vice-President 
3: Dance Committees 3. 4: Future Teachers 4: 
Junior and Senior Prom Committees 3. 4: Drama 
rinh 1 S> 3 4: Senior Show 4; Chorus 2. 3. 4. 



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Diane Marie Robillard 
White Horse Road 
Manomet 
"Di" . . . plans to include a certain marine in her 
future (who is that Di?) . . . peeved by S.D. . . . 
"just messing around" . . . prizes that certain ted- 
dy bear and a charm bracelet . . . happiness is a 
trip to South Carolina . . . "easygoing". 



Lynette Waite Rogers 

Warren Ave. 
"Lynette" . . . "quiet" . . . "Certainly!" . . .peeved 
by people who dont listen . . . "friendly" . . . 
hopes to have a happy life . . . "happy" . . . prizes 
life . . . happiness is . . . sleeping late. 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Field 
Hockey 2; Talent Show 3; Senior Show 4; March- 
ing Girls 2, 3, 4; AFS 1; Pilgrim Staff 4; Basket- 
ball 1; Junior Prom 3; Grad. Archbearer 3; Se- 
nior Prom 4; Wildcat 4; Homeroom Treasurer 1. 



Joyce Ann Rogerson 
R.F.D. #1 
"Joyce" . . . Feminine . . . "W ooool see Ya!!!" . 
wants to become a fashion retailer or buyer . 
peeved by narrow-minded people . . . sensitive . 
prizes her radio and found happy with John. 






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Frances Evelyn Ross 

92 Court Street 

"Fran" . . . "sorry about that" . . . wants to be a 

nurse . . . peeved by people laughing at anyone 

. . ■ prizes that ring . . . happiness is coming in late. 



Cheryl Ann Ruprecht 

95 Forest Avenue Extension 
North Plymouth 
"Cheryl" . . . sweet . . . "Did I Tell You? . . . sin- 
cere . . . to be happy and live in Manomet! (why 
there Cheryl?) . . . happiness is her V.W. but pe- 
eved by the Pink Bomb . . . prizes September I. 
Homeroom Treasurer 3, 4; Homeroom Represen- 
tative 1, 2; Lit 1; Clarion 1, 2; Pilgrim 4; Talent 
Show 3; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; Gradua- 
tion Archbearer 3. 

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James Joseph Russell 
26 Samosel Street 
"Martin Branflakes" . . . carefree . . . happiness is 
those weekend parties . . . prizes his car and her 
(in that order!?!) . . . peeved by people who tell 
him what to do . . . ambition to graduate. 



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Christine Clarice Sadosky 

14 Hamilton Street 
"Chris" . . . plans to enjoy life . . . bouncy . . . 
"No, sa" . . . peeved when a certain person is al- 
ways late . . . prizes her friends . . . fun-loving . . . 
happiness is a party in Edaville. 
Clarion 1. 2; Lit 1; Senior Prom Comm. 4: French 
Club 1; Talent Show 4; Graduation Archbearer 3: 
Homeroom Representative 3, 4; Senior Show; 
Pilgrim Staff 4; Fashion Show 3. 4; Women's 
Club 4. 





Victor Francis Salminen 

Wenham Street 
Carver 
"Vic" . . . wants to get into racing . . 
. . . "Snag off" . . . peeved by Mr. P 
that car . . . happiness for Vic is culling in those 
lunch lines but not getting caught!! ! 



easygoing 
prizes 




Denise Roberta Sampson 

28 Ml. Pleasant Street 
"Duckie" . . . "Don't Hold Your Breath" . . . ram- 
bunctious . . . prizes her memories of Tribes Hill 
. . . but peeved by the word "paranoid" . . . R.R. & 
A.S.'s friendship make her Happy . . . wants to 
find that certain someone and be happy . . . quack 
quack!?! 

Talent Show 3: Graduation Usher 3; Senior Show 
4: H.R. Treasurer 2: Fashion Show 3. 4: Pep 
Squad 1; Junior Prom 3: Pilgrim 4. 



George Joseph Santos 

224 Court St. 
"George" . . . rugged . . . "or what" . . . ambition 
is to win the Irish Sweepstakes . . . peeved when 
riding caboose on a train (what train?) . . . prizes 
J. Y. 's monkey . . . found happy while with brown 
bottles and aluminum cans. 
Intramural Softball 2; Senior Show 4. 




Gregory Anthony Santos 

296 Court Street 
"Snowball" . . . plans to join the U.S. Air Force 
. . . "oh, boy" . . . peeved by dumb girls . . . "out- 
going" . . . prizes his mustang . . . he's happy when 
looking at girls with long blond hair . . . "perfec- 
tionist". 




Linda Helen Savoy 
Fresh Pond Circle R.F.D. #1 
Manomet 
"Lin" . . . quiet . . . "you're kidding" . . . icants to 
stay happy . . . siceet .... peeved when her car is 
taken aicay . . . prizes Dougie . . . happy with a 
clean bedroom. 
Future Nurses 3: Bookstore 2. 



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Michael C. Sawyer 
Off Federal Furnace Road 
"Mike" . . . indestructable . . . Ring My Chymes!! 
. . . to become rich and be happy at the beach at 
night . . . friendly . . . peeved by conceited girls 
. . . prizes that 12 string guitar. 



Melissa Beth Segal 
Carver Road— R.F.D. #3 
"Missy" ... a new addition to P.C. . . . "Hopes to 
be a buyer" . . . prizes her friends . . . "Hates 
Monday mornings" . . . "Bess" . . . happiness is 
"No Homework on a l-o-n-g weekend". 
Women's Club 4. 



Judith Elaine Selig 

10 James Circle 
Cedarville, Mass. 
"Judi" . . . "quiet" . . . Hopes to be a secretary . . . 
prizes her car . . . peeved by rude people . . . 
happiness is — "him by my side!" . . . found at 
Knotty Pines . . . "Out-a-site!" 




Michael William Selig 

10 James Circle 

Cedarville, Mass. 

'Mike" . . . Quiet . . . peeved by girls who smoke 

■ . . a future mechanic . . . prizes his V.W, . . . 

"Miserable Witch" . . . prizes Joan. 



Norma Jean Sherman 

Beaver Dam Road 
Manomet 
"Norm" . . . "Jump on it" . . . independent . . . 
wants to have her own motorcycle . . . peeved by 
slow and safe drivers . . . prizes "Al" . . . highway 
menace . . . happiness is being with Al. 




Anna Elizabeth Sherwood 

Purchase Street 
Carver 
"Anna" . . . "enthusiastic" . . . "energetic" . . . 
wants to own a boutique on Fifth Avenue . . . 
prizes D.F.'s love, but is peeved by phony s and 
the word "paranoid" . . . "flirtatious" . . . will be 
happy when a certain someone comes home from 
Vietnam. 

Women's Club 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Clarion 1, 2: AFS 
2; Talent Show 3, 4; Department Secretary 4; 
Intramurals 2; Pep Rally Comm. 3. 4; Prom 
Comm. 3, 4; Senior Show; Graduation Usher 3: 
Pep Squad 1. 



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Cathy Short 
Sol Meadow Road 
Carver 
"Kee" . . . "Well, now you know" . . . sincere . . . 
F.H.P. . . . peeved by a certain cop (???) . . . hap- 
piness is for "us" to make it "there" . . . ambition 
is to be happy . . . prizes Mike and her lock. 
Pep Squad 1; Intramurals 1; Senior Show 4. 



Cynthia Marie Silva 
5 Centennial Street 
"Cindy" . . . quiet . . . "Really?" . . . ambition is 
to be happy . . . Oh Yeah . . . sincere . . . dislikes 
conceited people . . . happiness is doing what you 
want to . . . prizes her drivers license and contacts. 
Bookstore 1, 2; French Club 1, 3; Future Teach- 
ers Club 3, 4; AFS 3, 4: Senior Show: Talent 
Show 3; Pilgrim 3, 4; Women's Club 4: Home- 
room Treasurer 2. 3. 4: Fashion Show 3. 4. 





John James Silva 

101 Samoset Street 
"Jay" . . . Handsome . . . "Yeah Right" . . . wants 
to play college football : . . outgoing . . . peeved by 
straight necks . . . prizes that "orange" S.S. 396 
. . . happiness is that certain phone call and those 
letters (from who?) 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Class Vice President 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 1. 2, 3; Senior Show 2, 4; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, 4; Steering Committee for Operation 
Impact 4; Varsity Football Captain 4; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3; Basketball Concession 3; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Dance Committees 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2. 




Deborah Lee Silva 
Purchase Street 
Carver 
"Mouse" . . . ambition . . . to be a hairdresser . . . 
petite . . . peeved by those Monday mornings . . . 
zzzzz (me too) "Yeah, you got that right" . . . 
talkative . . . prizes her memories . . . (for in- 
stance??) . . . happiness is an out of sight week- 
end. 

Girls' Sport Club 2. 3. 4: Cheerleader 2. 3. 4-cap- 
tain 4: Student Council 1. 2. 3. 4: Homeroom 
Representative 3. 4: Spanish Club 4; Senior 
Show; Talent Show 3. 4: Prom Committee 3: 
Intramurals 1. 2; Gym Show 2; Pep Rallv Com- 
mittees 1. 2. 3. 4: Concession Stand 3. 4; Pep 
Squad 1. 2. 3. 4: Dance Committee 1. 2. 3 -I 




Mark Anthony Silvia 
Walkers Road 
North Carver 
"Mark" . . . musical . . . wants to attend music 
school . . . peeved by the I ietnam war . . . easygo- 
ing . . . prizes his music . . . happiness is doing 
what he ivants to do. 

Football 1; Bookstore 2; Senior Show: Band 1, 2. 
3, 4; AFS 1, 2: Dance Band 2. 3, 4. 



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Carol Ann Smalley 
78 #A Rochester Road 
West Wareham. Mass.: Carver 
"Carol" . . . petite . . . "hopes to become a nurse" 
. . . "Ya knoic that!" . . . Hates Monday Morning 
. . . happiness is Graduation . . . prizes her birth- 
stone . . . "reserved". 

Gym Show 1; Intramurals 1. 2: Future Nurses 
Club 1. 3. 4: Pilgrim Staff 4: Spanish Club 4: Art 
Club 4; Senior Show 4. 



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Neil Patrick Smith 

307 Charlemont Road 
Priscilla Beach 
Manomet 
"Smitty" . . . witty . . . "still hangin' on" . . . wants 
to be a disc jockey or Sports Braodcaster . . . pe- 
eved by Miss A and Mr. D (wonder why?) . . . 
prizes his friends . . . happy when on a date. 
Football 1. 2; Baseball 1. 3; Chess Club 1. 2. 3; 
Track 2; Audio Visual 2. 3, 4; Drama Club 1. 2, 
3, 4; Soccer 4; Band 4; Senior Show 4. 



Susan Marie Stafford 

83 Priscilla Beach Road 
Manomet 
"Sue" . . . stylish . . . "Suck a lemon!" . . . wants 
to go to nursing school . . . sweet . . . prizes a F-25 
Bic Fine point pen . . . and . . . P.M. . . . happiness 
is the "fall". 

Intramural* 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Future Nurses 4; 
Clarion 2; Senior Show; Dance Committee 2; 
Marching Girls 4. 



Marcia Anne Stefani 

19 Bay View Avenue 
"Marcia" . . . intelligent . . . ambition is to make 
somebody happy . . . pet peeve . . . disinterested 
people and LA. . . . "It takes talent!" . . . consid- 
erate . . . prizes her eyes. 

Honor Society 3, 4; Debate Club 2, 3, 4; Lab 
Assistant 2, 3, 4: Pilgrim Literary Editor 4; Fu- 
ture Teachers 4; Band 3. 4; Dean's Council 3, 4. 





Joyce Winslow Sutherland 

22 Bay View Avenue 
"Suds" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . "hopes to be an 
artist and designer" . . . prizes her family and 
friends, but is peeved by prejudice and dishon- 
esty . . . happiness is: "the good people in my 
life." . . . "I don't believe IT!" . . . likeable. 
Class "70" Secretary 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Pil- 
grim Art Staff 4; Senior Show 4; Tennis 4. 



Carolyn Barbara Swain 
Bavberrv Knoll. Warren Avenue 
"Swain" . . . "Seagull" . . . "Ay Baby" . . . talk- 
ative . . . peeved by Rick Vincent (wonder why) 
. . . happy when she's out of Plymouth . . . who 
isn't . . . energetic . . . ambition is to succeed in 
life and to be happy . . . prizes her wall. 
Pilgrim 4; Department Secretary 4; Senior Show. 



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JoAnn Swales 

Stafford Street 
Plymouth 
"Jo" . . . happy . . . wants to live happily ever 
after . . . chatty . . . prizes "my little man" . . . 
peeved by those early mornings . . . happiness is 
sunshine . . . "out of sight" . . . "gay". 
Chorus 2. 3: Pep Squad I. 



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John Mario Taddia 

24 Prince Street 
"John" . . . artistic . . . "Who me?" . . . ambition is 
to succeed in Art . . . athletic . . . peeved by wail- 
ing . . . (for whom?) . . . prizes his car . . . happi- 
ness is graduating (Encore) . . . and K.J. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Staff 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Pil- 
grim 4; Boys' Sports 4; Gym Show 3; Chess Club 
1; Senior Show. 




Paula Elizabeth Tassinari 
354 Rear Court Street 
"Paula" . . . "Why can't mail come on Sundays?" 
. . . ambition is to marry . . . peeved by the army 
"FTA "... happiness is being home on leave and 
Sunday phone calls . . . talkative . . . prizes . . . 
Bengi, her friendship ring and her thing. 
Marching Girls 2, 3; AFS 2; Clarion 2: Homero- 
om Representative 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Rally Commit- 
tee 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 4; Dance Commit- 
tee 2, 3, 4; Senior Show; Pilgrim Staff 4: Intra- 
murals 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4. 




Judith Marie Thomas 

10 Nit. Pleasant Street 
"Judi" . . . quiet. . . "Outasite" . . . nosey people 
with big .MOLTHS peeve her . . . wants to live a 
pleasant life . . . foxey . . . prizes her freedom . . . 
happiness is NNSBB '. . . ?????? 
Library Staff 1. 2: Latin Club 1. 2; Geological 
Society 1; Pep Squad 1: Wildcat 4. 



Paul Edward Thomas 

21 Cordage Terrace Ext. 
"Paul" . . . confident . . . "ha moch" . . . his future 
goal is in the field of business . . . prizes his 64 
Ford (The White Knight) . . . happiness is living 
in North Plymouth (?). 
Band 1, 2. 





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Steven Russell Thomas 

134 Westerly Road 
"Steve" . . . "Say, man?" . . . reckless . . . hopes to 
become a Navy pilot . . . dislikes reading . . . 
prizes a Universal jeep . . . happy when riding the 
beaches. 

Football 3; Senior Show 4: Basketball 2; Chess 
Club 1; Intramurals. 



Donna Marie Tinti 

18 Olmstead Terrace 
"Donta" . . . "Hopes to be an artist, then — mar- 
riage" . . . "shy" . . . peeved by a certain teacher 
. . . happiness is: going to Judo . . . "Don 't bother 
Me!" 



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Michael David Utley 

Center Street 
East Carver 
"Mike" . . . considerate . . . "Well Alright!!" . . . 
peeved by snobby people . . . our future engineer 
. . . happy when doing what "He" wants to do . . . 
prizes his "Skidoo". 

Football 1; Intramural* 1, 2; Tool Club 3; Work 
Study 4; Senior Show 4. 



Rhonda Jean Vacchi 

Duck Plain Road 

Plymouth 

"Rhon" . . . talkative . . , "Ya, right, sure thing" 
. . . to enjoy life . . . peeved by slow drivers . . . 
people . . . prizes a certain ring . . . anchors from 
S.L. . . . happiness is the weekend with that 
special guy. 
Work Study 4, Senior Show 4. 



Nancy Anne Valente 

Cherry Street 
"Nance" . . . natural . . . whimsical . . . "I'm so 
happy!" . . . hopes to enjoy life and graduate from 
college . . . nonchalant . . . peeved by a lonely we- 
ekend and that trip to Boston . . . happiness is the 
summer. 

Woman's Club 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Marching 
Girls 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Representa- 
tive to Girls' State 3; Bookstore 3, 4; Talent Show 
3; Lit 1, 2; Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4. 





Irene Anne Vasapollo 

210 Court Street 
"Renie" . . . wants to be happy . . . intelligent . . . 
"No 'sa, really?" . . . Plymouth peeves her . . . 
self-reliant . . . prizes her memories . . . happiness 
is helping someone, the future, and March 1, 
1969. 

Pilgrim Typing Editor 4; Business Staff 4: Junior 
Prom 3, Senior Prom 4; Future Teachers of 
America 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1; National Honor 
Society 3, 4, Vice President 4; Honorary Rotar- 
>on 4; Student Government Day 1; Homeroom 
Representative 1, 2, 3, 4; NEDT Award 1; Math 
Tutor 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Woman's Club 4; 
Senior Show 4; Senior Show Writing Committee 
4; Mentally Retarded Volunteer 1, 2; Head Start 
Volunteer 1, 2; Clarion 1; Talent Show 4; Poster 
Committee 3. 



Richard Pernet Vincent 

Doten Road 
"Rick" . . . flirtatious . . . to be the biggest Chev 
dealer on the East Coast . . . peeved by people who 
have too much to say about nothing . . . industri- 
ous . . . "Tomorrow" . . . prizes the keys to his 
"55" Chevy . . . happiness is working in my shop. 



Richard Hatton Wall 

Long Pond Road 
"Junior" . . . "That's what she said!" . . . sociable 
. . . wants to get out of school . . . prizes his shot- 
gun . . . peeved by getting out of bed . . . happy 
when staying home from school. 
Intramural* 1, 2. 



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Kevin James Walsh 

7 Stoddard Street 
"Gruntman" . . . original . . . "Where are the 
Snowdens of yesteryear?" . . . independent . . . 
hopes to do as many things as possible . . . peeved 
by waking up before noon . . . prizes "my asthma" 
. . . happiness is Good Times with good friends . . . 
unique. 






Faith Ann Webber 

68 Samoset Street 
"Faith" . . . fun-loving . . . "You know?" . . . 
wants to be an X-ray Technician . . . flirtatious 
. . . prizes Life as sell as the little gits and every- 
day letters from a certain someone (who's 
that??) . . . peeved by cheap talk . . . understand- 
ing . . . happiness is hopefully in the future . . . 
and a plane bringing home a certain soldier boy 
for good! 

Pep Squad I; Clarion 1. 2: Intramural- 1. 2: 
Science Helper 3; Senior Show 4: Pilgrim Staff 4. 



Harry Watson 

i Beachwood Rd. 
Vlanomet 



Paul H.Whipple 

Doten Road 

"Skid" . . . easygoing . . . "if it's fun, do it" . . . 
natural . . . prizes his 'Jeep', his dogs, and his guns 
. . . outdoor sy . . . peeved by 'Scouts' . . . well liked 
. . . happiness is "heat at the hilltop" . . . teasing. 
Baseball 1; Talent Show 3; Senior Show 4; Work 
Study 4. 




Lynne Ellen Williams 
54 Se>en Hills Road 
"Lvnn" . . . "happy" . . . "I like it!" . . . happiness 
is Cooper's Pond . . . peeved by conceited people 
. . . prizes the nights with Billy . . . ( )eah) . . . 
ambition is to get married . . . sooner or later (so- 
oner! ). 

lntramurals 2: Prom 3. 4: Pep Rall\ Committee 
3. 4: Pilgrim 4: Senior Show. 



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Alice Elizabeth Williamson 
RFD#2, Buzzards Bay 
"Al" . . . Sweet . . . "you dumby" . . . wants to be- 
come a nurse . . . prizes her friends . . . peeved by 
NARC and snobby people . . . happiness is squa- 
uldo's dungeon . . . ??????? 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Lit 1; Clarion 1; 
French Club 1, 2; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4. 





Stephen Warren Wilson 

West Street 
Carver 
"W illy" . . . Observant . . . "Let it flicker" . . . 
It ants to make a million (how Steve?) . . . peeved 
by winter . . . prizes his shotgun . . . found happy 
while hunting. 

Student Government l)av 1: Homeroom Re|>. 1. 
2: Track 1: Soccer 2: Intramurals I. 2. 3: Senior 
Show 4. 



Marilyn Jean Wood 

28 Samoset Street 
"Marilyn" . . . amicable . . . ambition is to be a 
hairdresser . . . nonchalant . . . "Hey now" . . . 
peeved by K.D. . . . happiness is a certain boy. 
Intramurals 1, 2; Clarion 1. 2; Talent Show 3: 
Decal Committee 1: Senior Show 4. 




Ronald Michael Wood 

Beaver Dam Road 
Manomel 

"{f oody" . . . carefree . . . going to Boston and get- 
ling around makes him happy . . . prizes the "62" 
galaxie . . . but peeved by the buggy amplifier 
. . . Air Force Hound . . . "I guess!.'!". 



Mark Frederick Wirzburger 

87 Nicks Rock Road 
"Wirlzy" . . . diligent . . . ambition is "to know my 
country" . . . organized . . . peeved by being too 
serious . . . prizes his gift of gab . . . happiness is 
knowing "P.B. "? 

Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Debate Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Geology 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Library Aide 2, 3. 4; Baseball 2. 
3; Student Government 2; Boys' State 3. 



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Beverly Jean Woodward 

16 Royal Street 
Plymouth 
"Ben". . . "Eah" . . . lo be happy . . 
interruptions by know-it-alls . . . 



peeved by 
prizes her 



friends . . . happiness is "Walking on the beach. " 




Leta Marie Young 
89 Eda Avenue 
Carver 
"Leta - Baby" . . . F.H.P. . . . flirtatious . . . 
"You're young, you'll get over it!" . . . plans to en- 
joy the summer in California (right Claud!) . . . 
saucy . . . peeved by boys who think she can't 
drive a "hot machine" . . . prizes orange WW. and 
memories of ??? . . . (wonder who that is! ) . . . 
happiness is letters from Vietnam and the week- 
ends. 

Senior Show; Senior Prom 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Dance Committees 1, 2. 3, 4; Concession Stand 4.__ 
Co-Chairman 4; Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; 
Student Government Day 1; Decal Committee 
1. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Sports 
Club 3, 4: Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Talent Show 3, 
4; Graduation Archbearer 3; AFS 2. 





Laura Diane Young 
High Street 
No. Car\er 
"Laura" . . . petite . . . Don't try it!!!! ... To be 
on her own . . . but stubborn people \0! . . . 
prizes those letters . . . from Dickie, Laura? . . . 
happiness is being with Dickie I of course). 
Clarion 2: Chorus 2: Homeroom Treasurer 2. 3: 
Guidance Aide 2. 4: Pep Squad 4: Future Nurses 
4: Spanish Club 2: Pilgrim 4: Women's Club 4. 



Diana Christine Young 
FosdickRoadRFD#2 
Middleboro 
"Di" . . . "athletic" . . . "It was unreal" . . . hopes 
to become a gym teacher . . . peeved by people 
who rank out Carver . . . "energetic" . . . prizes 
little green "Champ" . . . happiness is a naval ids- 
charge. 

Field Hockey 2. 3. 4; Basketball 2. 3. 4; Softball 
1, 2. 3. 4; Future Teachers 2. 3. 4; Pilgrim 3. 4; 
Clarion 4; Sports Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Bookstore 2: 
Band 4; Dance Band 4: Wildcat 4: Senior Show. 




John F. Youngman 

210 1 /2 Sandwich Street 
"Johnny" . . . likeable . . . found on the .Xorth 
Plymouth "steps" . . . casual. . . "Okay" . . . hopes 
to be a success . . . peeved by the winter . . . prizes 
"my V.W." . . . happiness is "Farina" . . . good- 
natured. 

Football 1. 3. 4: Intramural Basketball: Senior 
Show 4. 



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Ronald A. Lopes 
Tremont St. 
Caner 
"Sidney Spoley" . . . COOL . . . "push a good 
thing" . . . wants to become a cartoonist . . . 
peeved by unreal people . . . wild . . . prizes his 
life . . . happy with 24 cold ones by his side. 



Michael P. Scott 

12 Sever Street 
Pl\ mouth 
"Michael" . . . serene . . . ambition . . . to becom 
a rich man . . . peeved by women who know to 
much . . . talented . . . prizes . . . Georgeann . . 
"I could care" . . . happiness is being in .\atick. 
Chorus 1. 2. 



Fred E. Hernandez 

89 New field Street 
Fred . . . plans include the 4 ir Force . . . "Shoot 
it" . . . prizes a '57 Chevy . . . happiness is a full 
tank . . . but not those snobby girls . . . happy 
when he has a full case (of what, Fred?) 



In Memory Of 



David Adams Gordon Barros Richard Brenner Carmelina DiSciullo Marie Silva 



"When Death strikes down the innocent and young, for 
every fragile form from which he lets the panting spirit 
free, a hundred virtues rise, in shapes of mercy, charity, 
and love, to walk the world, and bless it. " 

— Charles Dickens ( 1812-1870) 



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Senior Superlatives 








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Highway Menaces 

Norma Sherman, Ralph Oehme 



Best Athletes 
Jay Jay Silva. Kris Pimenlal 





Most Talented 
Donnv IVlatinzi. Diana Cline 



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Best All Around 
Kris Pimental, Danny May 



Best Dressed 
Randy Randall. Barbara Collins 







Class Sweethearts 
Leelie Meyer, 
Chuckie Donovan 




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Senior Superlatives 



Shyest 
Carol Bumpus, John Maki 



Personality Plus 
Joe Leandro, Debbie Silva 





Best Dancers 
Donna Fernandez, Sanford Lopes 



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Most Talkative 
Dolores Fontes, 
Colin Banker 



Class Wits 
Paula McRae, 
Bill Cappella 



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Class Opposites 
Gail Botelho, Bill Lapworth 



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Senior Superlatives 




Best Looking 

Steve Cavicehi, Cheryl Ruprechl 






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Most Likely to Succeed 
Carl Jayko, Jenny Crocker 



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Happy-Co-Lucky 
Gene Lydon, Dolores Fontes 



Done Most for PCHS 

Roger Perry, Paulette Correa 



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Paula Best 
DAR — Good Citizen Award 



Special 
Honors 




Jay Jay Silva 
Massachusetts Government Day 




Patrick Griffis; Jennifer Crocker. Missing: Wesley Rasmussen: 
Marcia Stefani; National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test Let- 
ters of Commendation. 



Dennis Brewster; Mark Wirzburger. Missing: Michael Swartz; Massachusetts Boy's State. 



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Nancy Valente 
Massachusetts Girl's State 






Carvn Govoni; Presidential Classroom for Young Americans in Washington, 
D.C. 





Marcia Stefani 

Betty Crocker 

Homemaker of the Year 



Dennis Brewster 
Jewish Brotherhood Award 



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Ideal Boy and Girl 



Wedgie Bramhall . . . has hair like . . . Cheryl Rupreeht 
Jimmy Clark . . . has eyes like . . . Charlene Cook 
Jay Jay Silva . . . has smile like . . . Debbie Caldera 
Paul Correa . . . has legs like . . . Sue Barlow 
John Taddia . . . has voice like . . . Cathy Conrad 
Danny May . . . has physique of . . . Anna Sherwood 
Mike Boylan . . . has complexion like . . . Wendy McNeil 




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Senior Favorites 



Hang-out Beach 

Male Teacher Mr. Cryer 

Female Teacher Mrs. Orton 

Novel To Kill A Mockingbird 

Mo\ie "Romeo and Juliet" 

Song Theme from "Romeo and Juliet" 

Color Blue 

Food Pizza 

Sport Football 

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Senior Roll Call 





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The gruesome foursome. 



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l?eaut\ an<l the Heast. 



Then came Hodgkins? 



153 




Ma Urann's gang. 



I'm his idol. 





And now Mr. Wade, this is the tibula! 
What do va mean I look I unn\ ? 



154 








mmggmammmmmmm 




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Say that again and I'll hit you with my crutch. 





Oh. . . Hi, Mr. Souza. 




Will wonders never cease? 



Oh, what a pain in the neck this class is. 




What's he talking about now? 



155 



Senior Prom — "Love 



99 




156 




157 






''Three Coins in the Fountain'. . . Junior Prom, 1969 




Our Class Officers 




k.ath\ is crowned 



The Queen and her courl 





158 



And the band pla>ed on 





«$&■ $».,. 






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Our honored guests 



Come and get it 




U \H 




^ hat do vou mean vou don't like oli\es? 



Was it reall\ that funn\ '. 



159 







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166 




Advertisements 



167 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1970 





6-8 Court Street 
Plymouth 



168 





30CKLAIM 

TRUST COMPANY 



"THE 
SOUTH 
SHORES 
BANK'- 



12 Convenient Locations ROCKLAND • COHASSET • DUXBURY 
HALIFAX • HANOVER • HANSON • HULL • MARSHFIELD 
NORWELL • PLYMOUTH • SCITUATE • ROCKLAND PLAZA 

PEMBROKE 

member FEDERAL DEPOSIT insurance corporation 







Delmar Printing Company 



444 Washington Street, Wellesley, Mass. 02181 
Printers of The Pilgrim Since 1961 



Represented by Robert Vantine 
(617)235-1726 



169 



PLYMOUTH FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 



Incorporated 1882 



Federalized 1937 



President 

A. Lee Roulston 



Secretary 

Mae E. Emond 



Vice President 
& Treasurer 

Frank T. Brown, Jr. 



Assistant 
Treasurer 

Esther Crowell 




At Your Service For 



INSURED SAFETY FOR SAVINGS 
HOME MORTGAGE LOANS 



Planned for Your Budget 



170 




TO THE CLASS 
OF 1970 






CONGRATULATIONS 



from 



SHIRETOWN GLASS 
COMPANY 



Compliments of 

STEVEN'S the FLORIST 



8 Main St. Extension 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Phone 746-2600 



CONGRATULATIONS 



from 



CITCO SERVICE STATION 



Compliments of 

PLYMOUTH BOWL-O-MAT 

1 Park Avenue 

746-9825 

and 

BRANT ROCK LANES 

Brant Rock Center 
837-2995 



171 





TEACHER FRIENDS 


Mrs. Ruth Volta 


Mrs. Thompson 


Mr. William Nagle 


Mr. Louis W. Rizzo Jr. 


Mrs. Doris Roncarati 


Mr. Horace E. Turner 


Mrs. Linda Robbins 


Mr. Richard Briggs 


Mrs. Marion Whiting 


Mr. Burton Alho 


Mr. Edwin E. Calvin 


Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fachetti 


Mr. Andrew Dietlin Jr. 


Mr. Wilton Losh 


Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu 


Miss Wendy Barbeau 


Mr. Jeffery Walters 


Mr. Joseph R. Desisto 


Mr. Allan Cohen 


Mrs. Alice Urann 


Mr. Roger S. Randall 


Mr. John A. Smith Jr. 


Mr. Angelo D. Medici 


Mrs. Gudrun T. Bartlett 


Mr. Brian Morse 


Mr. Willard E. Mondeau 


Mr. Tommie Walker 


Miss Dorothy A. Hebden 


Mrs. Rosamonte Wilson 


Miss Elizabeth Jesse 


Mrs. Jean Patenaude 


Mr. Douglas W. Edwards 


Miss Janet Draghetti 


Mr. Frank Anderson 


Mr. Robert Wade 


Miss Karen Martin 


Mrs. Bernice Haigh 


Miss Linda Pentheny 


Mrs. Muriel Dennull 


Mr. David Tarantino 


Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Randall 


Mr. Harold Rogers 


Miss Iris Albertini 


Mr. Fairbanks 


Mr. Silas C.C. Wade 


Mr. Thomas Long 


Miss Beatrice M. Arthur 


Mr. Mario Crociati 


Mrs. Leona Swartz 


Mr. Victor Bissonette 


Mr. Mario J. Romano 


Mr. Brian Souza 


Mrs. Karen Burton 


Mr. Michael O'Connor 


Mr. William T. Turpin Jr. 


Mr. James Perry 



172 



PROFESSIONAL 
SPONSORS 



Dennis L. Collari 

Jeffrey L. Levin 

William DiMarzio 

Frank J. Abate, M.D. 

Phillip S. Cronin 

Radiology Associates 

C. C. Agew, M.D. 

Medora V. Eastwood, M.D. 

Hugh R. Maraghy 

Charles Benea, D.M.D. 

Richard B. Tichnor, M.D. 

Avery, Dooley, Post, and Avery 

Barry S. Meltzer, M.D. 

J. Robert Browning, M.D. 

Victor V. Ragonetti, M.D. 

Anwar F. Daikh, M.D. 

Thomas Quinn 

Philip Canevazzi, D.D.S. 

C. James Gormley, M.D. 

I. Harry Keller, D.M.D. 

Richard Elliott, M.D. 

Modhaffer K. Al-Chokhachy, M.D. 



173 



SPONSORS 




Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Fry 


Happy Hollow Motel 


Cohen's Furniture 


Green Thumb 


Plymouth Rock Grocery 


Grecco's Dairy Bar 


Victoria's Market 


Maccaferri Shoe 


Brown and Clark, Inc. 


Mariner 


Kingston Block 


Maroice' 


Submarine Ranch 


D. M. Crowley Associates 


Churchill's Oil and Gas 


Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bornstein 


Ceccarelli Cleaners 


H. H.Hamilton, M.D. 


Benea Block 


Dr. Milton Gellar 


Chris' Famous Pizza 


Morris Stern 


Sherwin Williams 


Winokur and Winokur 


Plymouth Supply Co. 


Mr. Silas Wade 


Pilgrim Drug 


Miss Wendy Barbeau 


Plymouth Hardware 


Mrs. Alice Urann 


Bradley's Pharmacy 


Mrs. Gudrun T. Bartlett 


Allerton Nursing Home 


Miss Dorothy Hebden 


Gregg's Barber Shop 


Mr. Douglas Edwards 


Rebuttini's 


Mr. William Nagle 


Samoset House Restaurant 


Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Randall 


Kingston Sunoco 


Miss Linda Pentheny 


Stein's Furniture 


Mr. Harold Rogers 


Reed's Antiques and Used Furniture 


The 7 M's 


North Plymouth Hardware 


Mr. Brian Souza 


Leonardi's Food 


Miss Iris Albertini 


Kit Kat Crafts 





174 



SENIOR PARENT 




SPONSORS 






Mr. and Mrs. Donald Govoni 


Mrs. E. R. Mosman 




Mr. and Mrs. Hugo T. Pereira 


Mr. and Mrs. David B. Freeman 




Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Goodwin 


Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Griswold 




Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Furtado 


Mrs. Irma Brenner 




Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cappella 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Latosek 




Mr. and Mrs. David A. Cappannari 


Mr. and Mrs. Delmo Ottani 




Harrison L. Longhi 


Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Govoni 




Mrs. Jeanette E. Lindros 


Mr. and Mrs. Elton Bumpus 




Charlotte M. Newcomb 


Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Burgess 




Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Karklin 


Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Rogers 




Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fontes 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rapose 




Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brewster 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jayko 




Mr. and Mrs. C. Delano 


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Horton 




Mrs. Bernice M. Gilbert 


Mr. and Mrs. A. Stanton Bubbins 




Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brown 


Mrs. Thomas Boylan 




Mrs. Mary J. Youngman 


Mrs. Royal C. Randall Jr. 




Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Moon 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Bramhall 




Mr. and Mrs. Clement H. Williams 


Mr. William Fries 




Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Manfredi 


Mr. and Mrs. John Gallagher 




' Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert L. Besse 


Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Nicolas 




Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wirzburger 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas May 




Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Webber 


Mr. and Mrs. Leo Best 




Mr. and Mrs. Eero Haarala 


Mr. and Mrs. David Barlow 




Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Dunlap 


Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Valente 




Mrs. Vauda Kegler 


Mr. and Mrs. John Pimental 




Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brewster 


Mr. and Mrs. Stanford L. Bowers 




Mr. and Mrs. Francis Baker 


Mr. and Mrs. John Scott 




Mr. Charles H. Newby 


Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Santos 





175 





SENIOR PARENT 






SPONSORS 




Mrs. Ann M. Clark 




Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Vasapollo 


Mrs. Dorothy M. Lindros 




Lewis E. Farwell 


Mr. and Mrs. John Banker 




Mr. and Mrs. Norman Franz 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stefani 




Mr. and Mrs. Allan Woodward 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fortini 




Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sadosky 


Mr. and Mrs. George Berardi 




Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pina 


Mr. and Mrs. August Perry 




Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leandro 


Myrtle Ross 




Mr. and Mrs. Clive Garvey 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bonney 




Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butterfield 



FRIENDS 



Steven's Beauty Shop 



Town Shoe Service 




176 



WILDES MOTOR CO. 
INC. 



Samoset Street 746-2900 

Plymouth, Mass. 

Oldsmobile — Cadillac 



Compliments of 



PLYMOUTH MOTEL 



Compliments of 




THE 
YANKEE 
TRAVELER 

Rest and Comfort 
Off the Busy Highway 

PLYMOUTH, 

MASS. 




Route 3A 



Plymouth 



177 



Congratulations to the Graduates 




PRESS I 7**mJ~S<~"* 

64 SAMOSCT STREET • PLYMOUTH. MASS \kf] 





BEST of LUCK CLASS of '70 






PILGRIM SANDS MOTEL 






With Private Beach And 






Swimming Pool 




Route 3 A 




Tel: 746^360 


Plymouth, Mass. 


YOUR HOSTS the HARRINGTONS 


Area Code 617 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the CLASS 

of 1970 

MAYNARD B. SWIFT JR. 

PAINTER and DECORATOR 
RIVER ST. 
PLYMOUTH, MASS. 



CONGRATULATIONS 



from the 



KINGSTON DRIVE-IN 



CONGRATULATIONS 
to the 



GRADUATING CLASS 



THE BLUE SPRUCE 



178 



Congratulations from 



ELLIS CURTAIN FACTORY 




deliver;, 



COMPETITIVE 

P ■ 



iTTHE 



take 

ALL your PRINTING needs to 



prices 



PRINTERS & 
PUBLISHERS 
SINCE. ..1822 
tel. 746-2277 



MEMORIAL PRESS 

middle St. 
mass. 



plymouth 



&wM 



330 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 

746-3444 



MASSASOIT VENDING 
SERVICE, INC. 



22 Brewster Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

746-1713 



179 



Compliments of 



H. A. BRADFORD 
AND SONS INC. 



CONGRAULATTIONS 

TO THE CLASS 

OF 1970 

BARBIERI'S MARKET 



BERNARD'S LADIES' APPAREL 



1 Court Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Telephone 746-1635 





JABEZ CORNER 






SERVICE STATION 




Warren 


Ave. 


Plymouth 





CURRIER'S 






est. 1900 






Plymouth Center 




near North St. 




746-0042 



PLYMOUTH TASTEE FREEZ CO. 

19 Winslow Street 

Plymouth. Massachusetts 

02360 



MARIO'S 


AUTO 


BODY 


SHOP 




746-0300 






Plymouth, 


Mass. 





180 



Congratulations And Best Wishes 



To The 



CLASS OF 70 




PLYN/tOOTH • ROCKLAND_/^ EST«l9l9 



MODERN STORES FOR 
.MEN 
. WOMEN 
.BOYS 

— AND — 

PURITAN CLEANING DEPT. 

"Plymouth's Oldest and Finest Dry Cleaners" 
CLEANING .TAILORING . FUR STORAGE 



56 MAIN STREET 

PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

746-3730 



295 UNION STREET 

ROCKLAND, MASS. 

295-1585 



Congratulations 
from your 



FRIENDLY SHOP 




Keep Acquainted 



"Home Beauty is our Business" 



SHERMAN FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. 



310 Court Street 



Plymouth. Mass. 



182 







Congratulations to the Class of 1970 






EMERSON'S STORE 


White 


Horse 


Beach Massachusetts 



PERRY MARKET 

Choice Meats - Groceries 

Choice Liquors — Wines — Beer 

200 Standish Ave. 



Tel. 746-0124 



Plymouth, Mass. 



Compliments of 



GAMBINI'S LUNCHEONETTE 



Main Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 



ZANELLO FURNITURE 



CARTMELL FUNERAL SERVICE 



Serving All Faiths 



150 Court St. 
265 Standish Ave. 



Telephone 746-2162 



Congratulations to Class of 1970 



SAMUEL ARONS AND SONS INC. 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



183 






Congratulations to 



the Class of 1970 



PLYMOUTH LUMBER 
COMPANY 



Robbins Road Plymouth. Mass. 

Plymouth Lumber Dealer Since 1837 



CAPE INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 



74 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

02360 



Compliments of 



DEARN & McGRATH'S 





BALBONI'S DRUG STORE, INC. 

Joseph Balbom — Pharms. — Richard V. Tassinari 




315 Court Street 




Plymouth, Mass. 




Tel. 746-1251 





SMITH'S INC. 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



184 



Compliments of 

GELLAR'S SERVICE STATION 

State Road, Manomet 
CA 4-2427 



PADOVANI PHARMACY 

289 Court Street 
North Plymouth, Mass. 



MARDON'S JEWELERS 



Diamonds — Watches — Jewelry 

18 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

746-1136 



Congratulations 
from Radio Station 



WPLM 



Good Luck to 

The Class of 1970 



1390 on the AM Dial 
91 1 mc. on the FM dial 



5000 watts 
50,000 watts 



6 A.M. — Midnight 
Radio Voice of Plymouth, Cape Cod, and The Islands 



185 



" 



Best Wishes 

NEW BEDFORD GAS 

AND EDISON LIGHT 

COMPANY 

Tel. 746-9300 

Main Street Extension 
Plymouth 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



LORD ALDEN 
RESTAURANT and LOUNGE 



State and Point Roads, 
Manomet 



COMPLIMENTS 

of 

DEXTER'S 



CONGRATULATIONS 



from 



O'BRIEN ELECTRIC 



MEL'S AUTO REPAIR 

Repairs on all make cars 
Volkswagen Repairs 
118 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth 

E. T. Diozzi, Proprietor 
Gulf Products 

Telephone PI 6-1547 



COMPLIMENTS 



of 



THE COLD SPRING MOTEL 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 



WARD and BRADY SIGNS 



KARBOTT FARMS 

Country Fresh Eggs 
Manomet 



186 



COLOR 


T. V. RADIO STEREO 




TELEMOBILE 






Sales - Service - Rentals 




George 


Holmes Donald 

Phone 746-9555 


Govoni 


25 MAIN STREET PLYMOUTH, 


MASS. 




Congratulations Debby 





PLYMOUTH LAUNDRY 
SERVICE 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the CLASS 

of 1970 




OFTUS 



RUG COMPANY, INC. 

66 Court Street 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360 

746-7111 



KARASTAN, MOHAWK, 
ALEXANDER, SMITH 
AND LEE'S CARPETS 



Sales and Expert 
Installation 

Easy Credit Terms 



CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of '70 



PLAZA RESTAURANT 



PLIMOTH PLAZA 



STEAKS. CHOPS. CHICKEN & SEA FOOD DINNERS 
CHOICE LIQUORS 



COLONIAL RESTAURANT 

AIR CONDITIONED 
SERVING BREAKFASTS 



39 MAIN ST. 
PLYMOUTH, MASS. 02360 



Telephone 
746.0838 



Prop. ALLEN T. MOODY 



FINE LIQUORS 



AL # N BEA'S RESTAURANT 



FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD THE WORLD OVER 



JUNCTION RTES. AA * BO 
NORTH CARVER. MASS. Q23SB TEL. 866-3607 



PURITAN GARAGE 
SCARZI BROS. 

Lincoln — Mercury — Cougar 

Montego 

356 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Tel. 746-3100 



Phone: 746-8249 



L^ounttuiide 



T 



BEAUTY SHOPPE 



State Hoad 
Plymouth. Mom. 




187 



Congratulations to the Class of 1970 



from 



CAPPANNARI BROS. 





m$FM%nfm 




KNOWN FOR VALUES 









Kingston 




INCORPORATED 



€sso 



COMPLIMENTS 



of 



MAYFLOWER SEAFOODS 



188 




ome 



NATIONAL BANK 




13 COMPLETE "ONE STOP" FRIENDLY 

and 

CONVENIENT BANKING FACILITIES 

serving 

THE PLYMOUTH AREA 

SINCE 

EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND THREE 



SU :: :M JJC»S«M ; - 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



189 




Congratulations to the Class of '70 




jufmftuth 



FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK 

INCORPORATED 1855 

Plymouth Kingston 

Duxbury Marshfield 





Congratulations to 






Class of 70 






ARONS FURNITURE CO., INC. 






ACROSS FROM MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT 




18 MIDDLE STREET 




PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

02360 



190 



Plymouth Savings Bank 



"The FRIENDLY Bank" 



Serving the Community since 1828 



191 



Cocktail Lounge Banquet Facilities 

BERT'S 

RESTAURANT 

"Sea-Fresh" Seafoods 

On the Ocean at Plymouth Beach 

Telephone 746-3422 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 

OPEN YEAR ROUND 






Congratulations from 



THE BLUE EAGLES BOOSTER CLUB 



E^?G 



Good Luck to the class of 1970 

As alumni you are cordially invited to 
join the Booster Club 




^£ft 



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The ROGERS PRINT 



Producers of Preferred Printing 




UTHO-OFFSET & LETTERPRESS 

20 Middle Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 
Tel. 746-1234 



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THE 


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S. 


BURNS 


teMMjjjy 


INSURA 


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REALTORS 












45 Court Street 


Duxbury 








Plymouth, Mass. 


Massachusetts 






02360 


02332 








Telephones 


Telephone 






746-1965 -746-3606 


934-2422 











HOLMES GROC 



87 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

746-0541 



192 



HOWARD JOHNSON'S 

HOWARD JOHNSON'S 

WATER STREET 

PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

MANAGER: MRS. SHARON RUPRECHT 



Cc 


ngratulations to the 
Senior Class 
from 




THE 


OLD COLONY 




THEATRE 




Main St. Ext. 


Tel. 746-0167 


Plymouth 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF A 



FRIEND 



Congratulations to the 



Class of 1970 



M AND M SPORTING GOODS 



Plymouth. Massachusetts 



193 



THE WARREN KAY 
VANTINE STUDIO, INC. 



Serving with pleasure 

The members of the 

Class of 



]Q70 



661 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
661 Congress St., Portland, Maine 



194 



"For Reason, more than anything else, is man' — Aristotle 

CONGRA TULA TIONS SENIORS 
STUDENT COUNCIL 1969-1970 



President: Francis Latosek 

Vice-President: Shaunie Fabri 

Roger Perry 

David Whiting 

Marilyn Fratus 

David Brewster 

Timothy Donelan 

Kerry Lahey 

Evan Al-Chokhachy 

Diana Cline 

Beth Robichaud 

Deborah Silva 

Joni Bastoni 

Secretary: Deborah Govoni 



Treasurer: Susan Vecchi 
Ann Best 

Mary Frances Elliot 
Constance Curtis 
Cathy Atti 
Stuart Scott 
William A. Davis 
Charles Henderson 
Timothy Boylan 
Jane Freyermuth 
Linda Raposa 
Claudia Mansfield 
Pat O'Connor 



195 



We the editors of the 1970 Pilgrim do sincerely thank the following people who have given us 
valuable assistance and knowledge in our efforts to create this yearbook. 

Mr. Brian Souza, our advisor and close associate, for his advice, patience, friendliness, and dedi- 
cation. 

Laurie Nicolas, for her efficiency as business manager and her desire to assist us in times of need. 

Mr. Robert Vantine. our representative from the Delmar Printing Companv. for his encourage- 
ment, confidence, and sureness. 

Vantines, our photographers, for their services that are beyond our most chosen words of praise. 

Editors and staffs who co-operated and worked efficiently in helping us meet our deadlines. 

Those senior and junior photographers who contributed all of the excellent candids that this Near- 
book could not have done without. 



Administration, faculty, and custodians who constantly gave their assistance whenever necessary. 



Joe Leandro, for his great witticisms and his unselfish giving of lime. 

Mr. Dickson, for supplying the photographs for our dividers and for his assistance when we need- 
ed it. 

Glen Silva. whose contribution of football and basketball pictures proved invaluable. 

Friends, sponsors, and advertisers without whose support and confidence, we could never have 
achieved our goal. 

Caryn Govoni 
Patrick Griffis 



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